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