An ancient building dating back to the eighteenth century, a space on two levels around an internal courtyard. The starting point was to make the most of the court, on which the entire ground floor looks through large openings. The architects of AD Dal Pozzo have created a neutral box in which to place modern and contemporary furnishings, to which even a few flashes of color can be entrusted.
Great interior design is always the protagonist and narrator of an intense and fascinating story. Because it is the result of deep experience, vast knowledge, and successful results. And because it counts on splendid objects, from a suitable and proportionate design and ending with a superb project that remains functional and mindful. Because a magnificent space, designed and completed, is the scenery of life and, over time, must be kept vibrant and current.
This is how AD Dal Pozzo has been writing the history of the best Italian interior design company for fifty years.
The project stems from an old laundry, part of a building dating back to the 1970s, a space that needed creativity but above all a certain dignity of home, without changing its structure. Right from the start, the will of a functional architectural intervention was perceived, subject to customizations aimed at achieving the most convincing solution.
An apartment built in the historic center that have a dowry the magnificent walnut floor made on a plug-in scheme. The white walls regulate the softness of the furnishings, essential and never invasive although refined. The walls do not hinder the eye, the openings create plays of light and shadow that emphasize the dynamism of the entire environment.
Undoubtedly the stairway that runs around the wall in front of the entrance to capture attention, a sinuous and sweet architectural element that ends on an internal balcony, which is thrown over the space like a stage overlooking the living room dominate every detail that characterizes it. The tones of blue and brown dominate, recalling this of the splendid parquet.
The idea of the interior design was to respect the context of the home as much as possible. The search for a close dialogue between the furnishings and architecture tries to return warm and comfortable scenarios that nevertheless never give up elegance
A villa where the space to be managed grants all the freedom to build comfortable and livable spaces without looking for design strains and giving vent to one’s idea of home. At the same time the choices of the furnishings reveal a strong attention to the identity of the place characterized for all the rooms by a splendid wooden ceiling, a relaxing and warm element.
The stylistic project was born of the desire to enhance the classic nature of the environment suggested by the large architectural fret that separates the living room from the dining room. The choices related to the furnishings and decorations fit into the environment discreetly, but at the same time emphasizing the general idea of the project. The wallpaper, specially chosen to recall the ancient wall decorations, the soft character finishes and fabrics blend perfectly with the context and act as an optical reference to the wall element.
A fourteenth-century historical villa adapted to modern needs. The master bedroom has great importance with its trompe-l’oeil fresco decoration. AD Dal Pozzo AD Dal Pozzo has created a splendid project, where architecture merges with design and art.
This project consists of a renovation of a villa located on a hill near Vicenza. The architecture is harmonious and impactful. The facade overlooking the pool is made up of large windows. This house is surrounded by greenery, which offers peace and relaxation at any time of day. The villa is on two floors: on the ground floor is the living area, and on the upper level are the sleeping area and a space dedicated to leisure.
A magnificent penthouse overlooking the Seine renovated with a decidedly elegant spirit. The art objects naturally fit into all rooms and create a warm and vital atmosphere with the furnishings. The contemporary design gives the space an elegant allure typical of the Ville Lumière creating a perfect combination of present and past. The stairway that … Continued