Interior design

Formal essentiality in the reuse of a villa from the nineteen forties

The massive intervention on this prestigious villa represents an excellent example of reuse and innovation.
The pre-existing architecture has been maintained and renovated without modifying openings and has been enlarged by adding a modern tower building, provided with a lift and a panoramic deck.
The additional building contains day areas and bedrooms, characterised by wide glass windows opening onto the garden and the balconies.

Formal essentiality is the stylistic key that combines past and present.
Every finishing is sober and elegant: the grey fossena stone floors and white walls coordinate well with the yellow Istria marble deco stairs and the oak hardwood floor of the older building.

The project has used the most advanced technologies: domotic systems to control climatisation, lighting and alarm; solar hot water collectors on the roof, an air exchanger that recycles and purifies air, improving heating efficiency, as well as modern insulation systems to comply with the european energy efficiency class A.

The result is a building of remarkable architectural quality and high functionality and energy efficiency.

Project by studio Servalli Sironi