The historical soul of Bergamo and its propensity to the future meet in Bergamo+ project. A big architecture that offers lofts, apartments and offices of many sizes, with gardens, loggias or terraces, overlooking the Città Alta and Locatelli park.
Here we suggest you a three-room apartment with a lively and confident soul. This flat addresses to young clients who love colors and modern design textures and furnishings. Right from the entrance we can appreciate a bright living room with open kitchen joining the garden thanks to wide windows. This way space seems to multiply.
This flat hosts a strongly flavored Made in Italy kitchen: Sunny model by Berloni brand, concrete look finish, white laminated top. Totally modern design.
A plasterboard separates kitchen and dining area, never really dividing the space. In the kitchen we have an extensible table by Novamobili, Link model, in sustainable dark oak wood, that matches with Masters chairs by Kartell and that’s illuminated by Tatou suspension lamps designed by Patricia Urquiola for Flos.
In the living room we find a friendly atmosphere characterized by a large and warmly colored sofa, combined with the Artichoke armchair and the Shadow cupboard from the Italian Novamobili brand. The painting by Fiocco artist and the carpet designed by Gio Ponti frame this fine-tuned environment.
A central corridor with custom made built-in and walk-in closets and embellished by Les Grands Trans-Parents mirror, by Cassina, leads to bedrooms and bathroom. In Master bedroom we find the Essentia bed, one of the latest news presented by Flou, combined to Novamobili night table and high drawer chest. The essential furnishings of this room are enhanced by the texture of the wallpaper that’s been chosen for the wall behind the bed, that gives uniqueness and personality to the whole room.
In the children’s room we find again bright and relaxing colors. For this room we chose the Notturno bed by Flou, which is surmounted by a Kartell “must have” bookcase: the Bookworm designed by Ron Arad. On the opposite wall we have the Rialto glass desk by Fiam plus the Leaf chair and some white shelves by Nidi.
Nothing left to chance even in the bathroom, strongly characterized by white ceramics creating an eye-catching contrast with the optical white of the sanitary fittings and sink cabinet and with the Kartell All Saints mirror.
The exterior consists of two different parts. One of them is covered with paving stone and furnished with some outdoor pieces; the other one, instead, is a green open area. These two parts are divided by some modern façades realized by Citterio&Partners Studio and characterized by beautiful sunshades that allow the isolation of the two areas, to give more privacy to the interior spaces.