Apartment. Published at Monday, June 19th 2017, 02:43:16 AM by Marlina Walter.
In the next phase a few years later, the family purchased the semi basement as well as an outbuilding on the property. In this space, the design again opens up the main walls and ceiling area, allowing light to flow through. Instead of masonry walls, this floor uses steel. The main living area of the home is moved to the ground floor, allowing the family to make the most use of the adjoining garden area. The paper chandelier was also relocated to the ground floor.
At the side of the dining room, Imari’s free-standing chest of drawers serves as a sideboard. The solid oak piece blends all with the other design elements and is versatile enough to be moved to another room if necessary. It is also the perfect base for the Tolomeo table lamp from Artemede. The aluminum lamps can be used to highlight the minimalist artworks or repositioned to add light to the rest of the dining room. They are also a lovely decor element in and of themselves.
This unusual apartment, if we’re to call it this way, measures a total of 61.6 square meters. Its interior was designed in 2016 by La Erreria, a studio with a holistic approach to every project and an inspiring way of reconstructing their strategies to adapt to new scenarios in order to ensure satisfying results for each and every client. This constant reinvention of the designs means that no two projects are the same.
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