A 15th-century villa with a prestigious past. Pièce de résistance: the main floor becomes a showcase for art and design. The restyling project curated by AD Dal Pozzo aimed to preserve and integrate the historic building, while taking into account needs for modernity and the client’s desires.
Each solution was the result of a stimulating play of balances to give the villa a precise and creative identity. The designers’ intervention was both substantial and delicate focusing on the definition of the colours, which in many areas tend towards blue and red, two shades often enhanced by the furnishings.
A promenade between modern and antique
The layout of the spaces has been carefully designed, with openings and cut-outs that bring dignity to the house and do not hide the ancient features of the high wood-beamed ceilings.
On the main floor, the Hungarian herringbone parquet provides the perfect backdrop for a sequence of rooms, each one more surprising than the last. From the elegant living room we move on to the master bedroom, with its trompe-l’oeil fresco decoration, where we find the synthesis of the philosophy behind the furnishing choices.
Contemporary art and design
The designers at AD Dal Pozzo have opted for a contrasting décor solution, juxtaposing some modern furnishings with traditional ones, together with a series of contemporary works of art. An aesthetic enrichment that gives strength and personality to the interior, thanks to the colour and plasticity of the shapes. The result is convincing, the house is alive, the relationship between past and present is dynamic and exciting.
Interior designer with a natural gift in knowing how to read the practical and functional aspects of any kind of home. The contamination of different styles and the understanding of the different ways of living a home are her real strengths. In addition to a strong passion for art.