A fifteenth-century villa with a robust historical past, just outside Milan. Here AD Dal Pozzo has created a splendid project mixing architecture, design, and art. A challenging design project was created to preserve the unique location and integrate it into a plan suited for the contemporary and tasteful needs of the clients. Each solution was the result of an exciting game of balance, taking into account the satisfaction of designers and clients who aimed to give a precise and creative identity to the house: a truly tailor-made work. The intervention was massive and delicate and focused on the definition of the colors that, in many parts, have preserved the original dominant blue, often reinforced by the furniture. Particular attention was also put on the composition of the spaces, opened and cut in new ways without nullifying the ancient high ceilings and their distinctive wooden texture.
Fixtures and parquet have been created. The floor is composed of elegant spines of all-Hungarian herringbone, and the bathrooms were created from scratch. The planimetric sequence continues smoothly from room to room with a functional living area. The master bedroom has significant importance with its Trompe-l’oeil fresco decoration. Here is a summary of the thought that guided the furnishing choices.
We have therefore opted for a solution of décor by contrast, adding very contemporary furnishings to the classic location. Another fundamental aspect of interior design is art: contemporary art in particular. Anesthetic enrichment that gave strength and personality to the interiors thanks to the color and plasticity of the shapes. The result is convincing; the house is alive, the relationship between past and present is dynamic and exciting.