Marco Piva is currently one of the world’s top references regarding Italian design and architecture. Known for having an exciting, fluid and functional language transpire through his architectural creations, product design and interior design, his studio is a good example as a project that values differentiation and innovation in many […]
A major challenge that comes along with the use of an open floor plan in the living area is the stylish and functional demarcation of individual spaces. Located in Milan’s heart, nearby of iSaloni district, there’s an appartment where sophisticated lighting additions and rugs are a clearly delineate between the living area, the family room and the dining area. All to put a scenario full of Design and Decor. A typical decoration to feature at Milan Design Agenda Design category!
The spacious apartment embraces a cool, contemporary color scheme with relaxed, neutral colors shaping an inviting, trendy hub. A small entertainment hub in the living room and a smart wall unit that is transformed into the home library add color and charisma to the apartment.
Crafted by Studio Marco Piva, the apartment consists of two main bedrooms, a third bedroom for the maid and a home studio that can easily double as a beautiful guest room. Twin terraces on both sides of the living area are connected to the indoors with the help of sliding glass doors and large white sheer curtains that add to the refreshing, airy appeal of the home.
Lighting plays a pivotal role in shaping the overall ambiance of the apartment with brilliant cascading chandeliers, lovely pendants and smart sconces bringing in that unmistakable Italian flair!