As mentioned previously, the living area proves to be the true beating heart of the home. The main activities inside every home take place here and it is always here that, owing to the wide open spaces, carrying out these activities takes on a completely different meaning. The Interni team was well aware of this and acted accordingly by working on these large spaces, enhancing them with the finest furnishings that call for breathing space all around them.
On the left part of the open space we find the dining room dominated by a beautiful Manta table by Rimadesio with a wonderful Black Oak top accompanied by Poliform Grace chairs covered with Ardesia leather which, if possible, only enhance the feeling of elegance. The lighting here, as in the rest of the house, is imperceptible but at the same time very present owing to recessed spotlights and cascades of light that wash the walls making everything appear even brighter. The dining room is surrounded by shelves and containers that disappear from sight owing to the use of a total white finish that allows them to blend in with the walls.
We find an impressive and sophisticated living room on the other side, preceded by a splendid grand piano. The undeniable showpiece is the Bristol sofa by Poliform in dark grey fabric which steals the scene owing to the considerable size of its composition. Beside it are two PK20 leather armchairs by Fritz Hansen with their timeless charm, flanked by two small Lithos tables by B&B Italia; a pair of Poliform coffee-tables instead have been positioned in front: an exquisite rectangular Tribeca table with an Opaque Petit Granit Stone top and a Mondrian round table with a Black Elm top. To complete the living room, a pair of Mirto ottomans once more by B&B Italia, a Self model low console by Rimadesio which serves as the base for an iconic and classic Taccia by Flos. All the furnishings chosen for the living room feature dark shades which contrast intensely with the light carpet serving as a backdrop and with the oak floor. A choice which, only after careful and scrupulous observation, echoes an interplay of contrasts between the white and black hues throughout the project.