Published by Architectural Digest Italia
April 3, 2023
Written by Eva Morell

 

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The latest Chromastudio Project in Milan is an ode to the colour and design of the city, with a blue kitchen that is the absolute protagonist of the apartment.

 

Colourful houses, an apartment with vibrant nuances. Milan is the capital of world design, so it is not surprising to find extraordinary interiors like this one, designed by Chromastudio. This apartment in the heart of the city is a tribute to Italian style, bright colours and light.

 

The renovation of the house was radical, redistributing the spaces in its 90 square meters to make them more functional and practical for daily life. The old gives way to the new, but always with a view to recovering the place, where geometry, color and contrast are the key elements of the entire project. All the environments tell a story, and the common elements and colors are the common thread.

 

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The painting by Giorgio Pasqualetti Rovell n.16, an acrylic on canvas whose geometric abstractions give the wall a three-dimensional appearance and add energy to the mood of the house. 

The living room-kitchen is the heart of the house


A larger living area, a more comfortable bathroom and more closets were created. The kitchen-living room is the heart of the house, with high ceilings and bright walls painted in a light ash shade, which create a beautiful contrast between the cold and warm tones characterized by the rust-colored Habitat sofa and the dark-toned furniture. The kitchen is open to the room, like a monolith, in an intense cobalt blue; it was custom designed by Cesar Cucine and Mo1950 for the customer.

 

This vibrant shade is also used in the entrance hallway, where a small single-color tunnel-shaped vault welcomes you into the apartment.

 

Not just geometry and colour: Chromastudio wanted Made in Italy Art and Design to be an added value and therefore chose, as the work with the greatest impact in the room, the abstract artist Giorgio Pasqualetti and his work Rovell n.16, an acrylic on canvas whose geometric abstractions give the wall a three-dimensional appearance and add energy to the mood of the house. A more personal and artisanal touch is given, however, by the lamp by designer Paola Croci called "L'incluso" (The Included).

 

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The palette of the house is soft and harmonious, between clay, blue and light gray tones


Colour is the common thread of the entire apartment, in which high-quality and environmentally friendly materials have been combined. The palette is soft and harmonious, in clay, blue and light gray tones, and create a calm and relaxing atmosphere which is further emphasized in the two bedrooms, where the color is even softer, illuminates the rooms and creates a sense of warmth and intimacy.

 

The bathroom has been completely renovated to enlarge its dimensions and adapt it to the customer's needs. Using a more neutral color palette, it is connected to the rest of the house, as it is accessed from the entrance corridor, highlighting the blue tone of its interior.

 

Article published on AD Spain, adapted by Paola Corazza.

 

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The kitchen is the absolute protagonist, custom designed by Cesar Cucine and Mo1950. It has a retro mood, thanks to the mix of coloured tiles with more innovative materials, such as the floor.

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The living room-kitchen is open, transforming the area into a functional, practical and light-filled space.

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In the living room a contrast was created between cold and warm tones, with green and ash-colored walls and the rust of the sofa.

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The painting by Giorgio Pasqualetti and the lamp by Paola Croci stand out from the back wall, enhancing it.

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The master bedroom has been decorated in a softer colour scheme, creating a feeling of relaxation and comfort.

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The furniture was designed to transform the room into the perfect space to rest. Mirror by Zara Home and Palladium coffee table by Spinzi.

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The children's bedroom plays with geometric shapes and colour contrasts.

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The colour palette is soft and harmonious, including clay, blue and light gray tones, creating a child-friendly environment.

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The polished concrete cladding creates a material sensation in one of the bathrooms, with a home spa mood, playing with natural and artificial light.

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Access to the main bathroom from the entrance, which naturally connects with the intense blue of the rest of the apartment.

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The polished concrete and textures make the bathroom feel like a home spa.

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Light is one of the key elements of the bathroom, which uses a more neutral and warm colour palette.

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The decorative elements have one element in common, black, the common thread in all environments.

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