Turin, Italy

Location: Turin, Italy
Type: residential
Intervention: interior design
Year: 2012
Client: private
Area: 470 mq
Project: Claudio Spagnotto architect
Furniture: Pavia & Pavia International Design, Roda
Lighting: Flos
Photography: Gabriele Gaidano

The furniture of this prestigious attic realized from a project of arch. Claudio Spagnotto and located in an exclusive area of Turin, combine a quite minimalist style with an unconditional research of quality and harmony. The apartment is modern and bright. It is characterized by a fine monochromy of the internal area which is interrupted by touches of color that give a great character to the spaces.
The client and the professionals agreed upon the use of grey that has been developed in all its subtle shades thanks to a careful selection of materials and objects.
The living room, furnished with the Qing sofa collection of Pavia & Pavia International Design, is linked with the dining room in which stands out a large lacquered wood table. The dining room gives access to the kitchen which is enclosed on two sides from glass walls.
The highly articulated volume of the house, which has been totally reinvented and redesigned by the architect, represents the ideal field to experiment innovative materials, furniture and luminaries.