Reveria Studio fully revamped Villa della Quercia, which comprises a residing space, kitchen and eating area, one bed room and a rest room.
Every room was renovated to replicate the colors and environment of Lake Como in addition to the standard ideas of Italian design.
“The challenge is led by magnificence, clear shapes, materials consistency and handcrafted design objects,” defined Reveria Studio.
“Italian design is, above all, the foresight to make rooms welcoming and cozy – making you’re feeling just like the protagonist of a scene from a [Federico] Fellini movie, and on the similar time, a visitor in a buddy’s home.”
A palette of each deep greens and hotter, extra impartial tones defines the villa, whereas native Cipollino and Emperador Gentle marble, darkish wooden and burnished brass characteristic within the design.
Reveria Studio changed the lounge’s current gold ground with Italian herringbone parquet flooring, which the agency described as typical of basic Italian villas.
Gentle-coloured partitions have been adorned with a geometrical steel construction from which numerous art work, mirrors and different ornamental components could be flexibly hung, whereas wallpaper created with conventional Como silk additionally options within the inside areas.
Each murals that options in Villa della Quercia is the results of a collaboration with Milan up to date artwork gallery The Pool NYC. Artists whose items are included on the lodge had been additionally invited to expertise the resort earlier than creating their work.
“Every space of the villa has its personal id, feeling and texture,” continued Reveria Studio.
Different renovations within the residing space embrace elegant sconce lights and rustic-looking inexperienced chaise longues, in addition to a retro alcove that includes a petite however decadent drinks cupboard.
The headboard of the villa’s solely mattress was additionally upholstered with ornamental cloth that contributes to the eclectic environment of the rooms.
Reveria Studio additionally renovated the outside terrace of lodge’s Italian-Japanese L˜ARIA restaurant as a part of the challenge, which concerned modifications similar to eating tables clad in the identical native marbles that had been used within the villa, and enormous solar umbrellas that shade visitors from the cruel solar.
“The redesign is a stability between intimacy and sociability, Italian and oriental tradition, custom and marine fashion,” mentioned the studio.
Led by Laura Delfina Sari and Diego Paccagnella, Reveria Studio is an structure, inside design and styling studio based mostly in Milan.
Different initiatives at Lake Como embrace Villa Molli by architect Lorenzo Guzzini – a moraine stone home with an infinity pool that overlooks the water.
The images is courtesy of Reveria Studio.