Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 16:24:02 PM
Unlike typical attic apartments, this one lacks the slanted walls and ceiling and features instead a very open layout, with straight, large windows and a surprising connection to a terrace that surrounds it. like a yard. The low walls that surround it offer a sense of comfort and security without completely hiding the views.
A counterpoint to the dark stairs is the Pipistrello table lamp designed by Gae Aulenti for Martineli Luce in 1965. The lamp has a conical stainless steel base that telescopes for adjustable height. The fixture is also comprised of methacrylate, formed with a novel technique for the era in which it was created.
The staircase we mentioned is the link between the living room, main bedroom, kitchen and a second bedroom which was newly designed. This is a loft bedroom designed to actually be quite flexible. It could also serve as a storage room or as a guest room. It’s a cozy space with large windows and quite a bit of storage integrated into a raised platform on top of which was placed the bed. The decor up here is simple and the lack of big furniture pieces is a great plus.
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