Italian architect Luca Camporeale, lcrStudio , designed the interior of an apartment in the center of Milan. At the heart of the Altaguardia project is the interplay of delicate shades of blue, gray and pink.
The apartment is located on the first floor of a 1990s building. The spacious living room is combined with the dining room, there is enough light in the space thanks to a large window and a glass door, as well as spot lighting: lamps in the spirit of Milanese modernism are used.
An expressive accent in the living-dining area is two symmetrical arched niches in a powdery pink finish that breaks the continuity of the blue walls. The niches were fitted with custom-made snow-white cabinets and lattice shelves. Niches cut on both sides of the fireplace emphasize its central position.
The minimalist kitchen is located in a separate room. There is nothing superfluous here – a laconic light gray set almost does not stand out against the background of blue walls, cabinets are located along the walls, leaving enough space in the center. Symmetry, especially noticeable in the kitchen area, is generally characteristic of this project.
On the other side of the apartment are two bedrooms, both doubles. There was space for a pair of mirrored cabinets connected by a modern writing desk. An unusual detail is a large window from the bedroom to the bathroom. Thanks to him, there is enough daylight in the shower room. According to the architect, the finishes and elegant palette of the bathrooms are a tribute to the Milanese 1950s and 60s.