Questo appartamento che si trova in un palazzo di fine ‘800 nei pressi di Piazza Castello, Via Bertola in Turin, was renovated in 2007 study of Architects STUDIODATA. I really like for its sophisticated simplicity, the environment is warm and friendly but absolutely minilista. All this is due to the clever placement of wood in a single color “clean” where the furnishings are very few and well-studied.
Always the insertion of the wood characterizes the scale, where a long shelf goes to interrupt the treads overhanging white and becomes an integral part of these, ed il soppalco che è un bel cubo monolitico dove una nicchia in muratura nasconde alla vista i libri e gli oggetti di uso quotidiano.
The kitchen and dining room are simple, bright and minimalist, while the volume of wood that continues throughout the corridor hides a huge wardrobe space . The service areas were then placed against the structural heart of the apartment and thought of as a sort of "thickening" of the bearing wall, freeing the day room and sleeping area to the east to west. Have you noticed the suspension? This is a SUPERNOVA COMPANY,I had shown you some time ago in a post (Lights of character)…and look how beautiful it is inserted in this context!
Even in the bathroom cabinet is made of the same wood as a sign of continuity as the stone top vanity is taken in the shower.
Take your cue from: The recessed corriamano, a simple miter cut in the wall; scale cantilever, beautiful, but I suggest adding a wall to protect the full height clear glass; the walls are all white, no pictures or other objects ; lighting minimalist with only one large leading to suspension and breaking the all-white; study in the loft, integrated with its environment but with privacy.
(Freshhome, Studiodata, Beppe Garden)