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Ev­ery­thing has been de­signed to mea­sure, from the mar­ble kitchen block to the bois­erie wall with hid­den stor­age.



Be­tween th­ese black walls, a more tra­di­tional liv­ing-din­ing area takes shape, with a lin­ear ta­ble sur­rounded by elo­quent Thonet chairs and a sofa cus­tom-de­signed by Marzio in di­a­logue with clas­sic pieces of de­sign. An­i­mal fig­ures scat­ter through­out, while plates by John De­rian are hung on the walls. Here, one per­ceives a pref­er­ence for es­sen­tial and clean ge­om­e­try – in the sil­hou­ette of the fire­place, the fur­ni­ture’s de­signs, the min­i­mal­ist pen­dant lamps.

A softer pal­ette lay in the bed­room, to which the bois­erie mo­tif ex­tends, ac­cessed through the dark wood-pan­elled wardrobe. With ex­posed shelv­ing on one side of the room, the walls, this time, have noth­ing to hide.

“The spa­ces al­ter­nate in dark and light tones that re­sem­ble a game of check­ers,” de­scribes Marzio. “So the bath­room is black and rig­or­ous, with a tailor-made iron sink and towel rack, while the shower is bright.”典之作而特別設計的沙發。動物模型四處皆見,牆上則掛有John De­ri­an碟子。訪客自自然然從火爐的輪廓、傢具的設計和簡約的吊燈中感受到簡約幾何的美學。



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