The design of the apartment carefully defines warm, tidy and intimate environments characterized by the use of wood in a natural finish and the elegantly contrasting tones chosen for the materials and accessories.
In 2021, Milan studio co.arch, owned by architects Giulia Urciuoli and Andrea Pezzoli, designed the restoration of an apartment dating back to the 1970s, redefining its interior with great attention to the materials and furnishings.
Warm, tidy, intimate spaces exalted by larch laminated wood in a natural finish, making the veins of the essence visible.
The unique arrangement of the living area is organized thanks to a new volume that contains the bathroom and cooking area.
The choice of natural materials for both the custom-made furniture – designed by the studio – and the floor provides warmth to the environment, making it welcoming and elegantly alpine at the same time.
IKI handles were chosen in a matte black finish, just like the spotlights and plaques: a tone that emphasizes the new intervention and creates a punctual contrast with the larch wood.
co.arch is a design studio set up in Milan in 2012 by Andrea Pezzoli and Giulia Urciuoli: their research focuses on the collective and interdisciplinary nature of architecture to create spaces that lead to a change in the habits of the people who live in them. They design interiors
for both public and private spaces.
Photographs: Riccardo Giancola