June 27, 2018

Milanese interiors

Two interiors, realized in the past 12 months in the capital of design, Milan, tell two very different ways of living the home concept signed Airnova. The pieces of the Home and Design collections are the protagonists, which are revisited also in precious custom-made versions, which enrich homes defined by the strong character.

Precise geometries and mirrored surfaces mix with cozy upholstered furniture in this Milanese apartment of the early ‘900 distinguished by the wise use of color.

In the lounge area the generous proportions of the Wes sofa - upholstered in precious blue velvet - dialogue with the rounded lines of the Nelson side tables - which feature a rear-varnished glass top - and a custom model of the Nelson sideboard.

Marked by a more glamourous style, the dining area presents a Wood table - developed on demand with an onyx-effect top and a structure in glossy black lacquered wood - which is coupled with six Greta chairs - in acid green velvet and soft leather - and two custom Nelson cabinets.

Extroverted and relaxed, the open space expresses a predilection for cultural contaminations. Vintage pieces and objects collected during trips in afar lands accompany contemporary elements, giving birth to a timeless choreography marked by the refined cosmopolitan taste.

In the living area, the greenery and the natural light play with the Dill side tables - realized to measure with a glossy-finished structure and a top in printed paper - and the Lagoon lamps, that accompany the large Greta sofa.

The enveloping Belt armchair and a Plissé vase - in red and bordeaux shades - animate the library, while in the studio the Sellarius chair guarantees the necessary comfort for the long working hours.