Boudoir < Back
On the top floor of a residential dome in Oderzo, rises a masterpiece with essential frames that strongly refuses any conventional rule introducing a new personal living. The stereotype transcends from the first moment the visitor enters this world. The ground floor is depicted to the eye as an open space, a huge studio apartment separated by crystal clear huge sheets of satin finish glass with stylized tree trunks design astounding yet calming the welcome guest.
A snow white environment covered with oak parquet floors. Over passing the security door a wide space with a simple metallic brown angular sofa whose headrest rises all the way up to the ceiling, undertaking an irregular but functional path. Along this soaring snake, small luminous led reveal the incorporated speakers, brightening the living room and in the same occasion the adjacent kitchen. Below the sofa, RGB multi colour led change the atmosphere of the lived space. The adjacent kitchen and its large dining room are presented in a shiny lacquered white and seem hosted in the living room while the dining table is made of transparent glass supported by stainless steel legs.
Each of the anthropomorphic geometry stylized on the transparent wall is enhanced by technical spotlights whose light rises from the floor, highlighting the imagination. There is a strong euphony between the white which apparently characterizes almost the entire apartment, the mirrors and transparent satin finish windows glazing all over the ground floor. Immediately after, we find the bathroom with glossy white lacquered furniture, and again, the satin mirror glass plays an important role in the decoration, filling almost all the walls. The satin finish mirror with rear lights and its natural geometric figures in the background appear important above the sink, differently from all the other environments, they are mirrored.
Each handle of the house is made of stainless steel, from the security door to the giant furniture, which joins the kitchen, the living room and reaches all the way to the upper floor becoming one of the bedroom walls.
The storage furniture covers an entire wall of the house appearing very pleasant, but also very useful. The mansard bedroom on the upper floor is presented with one bed fermenting in a luminous glowing color, centering the person who will rest and sleep on it. A white organza curtain embraces the enormous window, showing a veil of stainless steel on top, while a mirror similar to the ones on the lower floor covers the opposite wall. The private bathroom is concealed here, different from all the rest, with walls and floor in green labradorite. The sink is in Solid Surface, while a storage cabinet externally coated with mirror was created to optimize space. This contemporary work of art proves to be a candid and composed environment, distinguished by pure and hieratic geometries; a comfortable and meditative cradle whose atmosphere connects the visual with the interior harmony, mirror of our soul which becomes more serene and balanced.
DESIGN: Simoni Micheli