C Apartment, Belgrano

C Apartment Belgrano

The focus of the architectural interior design in this apartment was to remodel it for one person. In the living space a Tibetan silk rug covers the new wenge wood floor, on which rest a pair of Life sofas from Maxalto, two Toma armchairs and likewise Kuka stools, both from Flexform. The coffee table from the Apta collection and side tables from the Maxalto and Flexform collection serve as a support surface.

Eileen dining table in brushed brown oak from B&B and Calipso chairs with straw backrest from the Apta collection, Maxalto. A table runner made of Belgian linen with details in Swiss organdy, silver service plates from Julie Prisca, ceramic tableware from Perruchon, crystal glasses and jugs from Mariage Freres and silverware. On the Mida storage unit inspired by oriental models from the AC collection, Maxalto, silver candlesticks and flowerpots from the Driade tableware collection. All elements show an accurate selection of materials and attention to detail.

In the reading sector, there is a bookcase with a Mart armchairs with swivel base, designed by Antonio Citterio, from B&B, and an Elios side table from the Simplice Collection, Maxalto. It is completed by a Gilda floor lamp from Pallucco and a Lukuga glass vase with an arrangement of lilies.

Two Café armchairs from Living Divani and an Afrodite table from the Simplice Collection, Maxalto, are reflected in a Psiche mirror leaning against the wall, which enlarges the sense of space. The Tolomeo Sospensione lamp with parchment shade designed by Michele Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina light this exceptional bedroom. The roses, in the silver vases from Armani Casa.

The bed rests against a brown oak screen, accompanied by an Amphora night table from the Apta collection, Maxalto, on which there is a silver bottle with a night glass from Armani Casa. A Tolomeo Sospensione Descentrata lamp with parchment screen from Artemide. A linen coverlet with accessory velvet pillows, and blanket in velvet and silk, give elegance to the space.

Daniela Mac Adden Photography