Design process, concept, goals
- This project was about to create a bright living area and dining area without cluttering the space.
- The client was interested in having something functional, “linear” and minimalistic but, at the same time, to use as much as possible the wall and introducing a home office area. A partial division from the hallway area was requested too.
- The client wanted the space to look light and bright but also distinctive.
Products introduced: the living room is made with CrossArt by Presotto, Larsen Sofa by Verzelloni, Bridge Coffee Table by Sovet, Darling Armchair by Frag. The dining area is made with Tailor Table by Presotto, Lilly Chairs by Frag and Lilly Stools by Frag.
Achieved (referred to the points above) and remarks from client
- A key point is been the use of wall mounted structures, transparent glass and sleek metal legs. The combination of those elements made sure that the day light passing through the room was not compromised.
- Thanks to the big modularity of our products, we managed to create a well-proportioned but also unique layout. The partial division is been achieved by placing the chaise longue element of the modular sofa towards the front door entrance.
- Effect achieved using the colour scheme: light grey fabric (for the sofa), matt lacquered white and aged basalto oak (for the tv-study composition), transparent glass (for the coffee table), white and grey leathers (for the desk chair, dining chairs and stools).
We are very happy with this project’s outcome and the most remarkable element is been the use, for the desk and the whole dining table surface, of the exclusive finish Eco-Malta: an innovative, ecological and environmentally friendly material...very much appreciated by the clients!