Gris Armani marble, introduced in slabs of maximum length, covers the entire social area, with no gap between living room and terrace, promoting a sophisticated and sober effect.
Walls have all been painted white, reinforcing the perception of a purist architectural language.
Moreover, to complete this neutral basis, an outstanding millwork panel, in medium grey, has been designed to cover the gallery walls and conceal the social restroom, the intimate hallway and the kitchen doors, together with the huge sliding door that shelters the apartment’s social entrance hall.
The entry hall deserves special attention due to its exquisite execution with seamless finish, notwithstanding its generous 3m plus width.
However, in order for the apartment to translate the owners’ joie de vivre, the decor has been given an elegantly orchestrated vibrant colour palette.
Speaking to the neutral base, shades of bordeaux, blue and mustard colour were chosen to provide the social area with a unique personality.
Furniture curation has also been thought through to reinforce a contemporary atmosphere, even though pieces from different periods of design history have been selected.
In the living room, the modern sobriety of the armchairs signed by Zalszupin goes along with the standout Nepal Mama armchair, by Paola Navona for Baxter.
By the fireplace, Vladimir Kagan’s curved sofa, upholstered in bordeaux velvet, recalls the sculptural lines of the Sol armchair, by Constance Guisset for Molteni, and of the legendary Accordo coffee table, by Charlotte Perriand, reedited by Cassina.