The chil­dren’s rooms are them­selves works of art and re­flec­tive of bud­ding in­ter­ests

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ac­cord­ing to Aivee, these re­flect her per­son­al­ity more than pops of colour, which are qui­etly spread out in the house. Pro­claim­ing her­self a frus­trated in­te­rior de­signer, she de­scribes how she painstak­ingly re­searched fur­ni­ture pieces that felt right for their home. “I found out that I liked the sim­plic­ity and dura­bil­ity of Ital­ian fur­ni­ture. I liked the clean lines, which made the pieces min­i­mal­ist but still homey.” Among the many fine pieces found around the Teo home are an iconic arm­chair de­signed by Gio Ponti for Molteni & C in the liv­ing room, and a set of Ket­tal din­ing table and chairs by Rodolfo Dor­doni that are a per­fect fit with the out­door lanai. Fab­ric and tex­ture were im­por­tant con­sid­er­a­tions as well.

Hav­ing honed her per­sonal aes­thetic and a feel for mod­ern-con­tem­po­rary spa­ces, Aivee con­tin­ues to ob­sess over

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