During Milan Design Week 2019, more specifically Salone del Mobile, Knoll celebrated an important anniversary: the Bauhaus centenary. With that, they brought in a couple of novelties for their brand, specifically some new collections alongside some of its most iconic products. In this initiative, Knoll emphasised a clear set of values […]
Nicolò Passaia has been involved in a Moscow Villa’s interior design project, which combines Classical Design with other Vanguard details merging onto one unique master creation. Today we’re having a closer look at the Italian interior designer’s project.
The project we’re talking about is located at a luxurious villa in Russia. Specifically, it’s a 500-sqm villa, with annexed garden, located in a rich Moscow district. According to Passaia himself, the project “allowed the development of a precise concept thanks to a work we could carry out throughout the whole house”.
The main inspirations for this project were three central concepts: Severity of Shapes, Centrality, and Influence. All these three have played a central part and influence in the final result of this project.
The first topic refers to the fusion of some geometrical lines with classical and
neoclassical elements perfectly balanced to create livable and functional rooms. The second focuses on the individual beauty of each furniture piece (in this case on the beauty of luxury furniture elements with soft lines). Lastly, the Influence topic is focused on combining natural materials such as different wood types and pure marble stone with different chromatic shades allusive to the earth and the roots.
As a matter of fact, the interior design of the SPA area features some flower patterns in a pure representation of Mother Nature. The image speaks for itself.