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.
AD Dal Pozzo’s project masterfully combines highly contemporary signs – such as the black finishes – with carefully refined details – such as the lighting fixtures. This balance between bold and sophisticated elements helps to create a unique and fascinating atmosphere, where color contrasts are emphasized by furnishing elements selected for their iconicity.
AD Dal Pozzo designers Cinzia Boffo and Lisa Miotello were responsible for the redevelopment of the Velux Italia headquarters. The result is a beautiful, healthy and green office. A design environment that eliminates the superfluous and improves the quality of life for employees.
A penthouse in the city centre, structured with a double height that allows diffuse lighting. Works of art and design icons alternate and create an expressive and comfortable atmosphere. The terrace is a small urban Eden, minimal and elegant, like the rest of the house.
Lighting plays a fundamental role this modern farmhouse because it allows to enhance the individual rooms and create a warm and welcoming atmosphere, in coutry chic style. In this villa we have created a project where lighting has played a fundamental role in enhancing the spaces.
A villa surrounded by nature that exhibits an innovative and unconventional interior project, a work that enhances an indissoluble link between the house and the splendid landscape but at the same time does not renounce to highlight the decisive character of the furnishings and finishes that show the true soul of those who live these spaces.
A green villa, nestling in the hills. Architect Giovanni Fattori – in collaboration with the designers of AD Dal Pozzo – has developed a work that hollows out the landscape and becomes part of it, where volumes with clean cuts create unexpected plays of light and the interior spaces are made of materials that recall nature.
Design objects sit alongside eccentric and irreverent elements of contemporary art. AD Dal Pozzo’s designers manage to tell a story in every corner of the house, where the work of art becomes a trait d’union between architecture and interior, also thanks to an enlightened clientele.
The restyling of the neoclassical villa shows both a respect for the past and a projection toward the contemporary. The goal of AD Dal Pozzo’s designers was to relate to the architecture with measured design choices that were able to combine the aesthetics of the villa with the practicality of its intended use.
An apartment built in the historic center of Nizza 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.
A mountain chalet defined by the warm presence of wood. The main character in all the rooms, the natural material conveys a relaxing sensation of cosiness and represents a choice firmly rooted in the nature of the project site: the Pearl of the Dolomites.