You don’t have to research a lot to find some amazing interior design projects. In the case of the projects we’re about to show you today, they feature hyper-exclusive brands with incredibly unique designs inspiring us all by how the pieces harmoniously fit together. Shall we take a little look?
Private Villa in London with Circu Magical Furniture
Circu Magical Furniture has been all over the years present in some of the best kids interiors projects in the world. The unique qualities of their pieces make them a premier choice of designers and studios, like in this case with AB+Partners. The white of the walls, the pastel colours and the selective materials dominate the atmosphere. By renouncing the complexity of forms, the studio opted to offer the sumptuousness in another form, so that its splendour is not strident but create the general atmosphere of the villa. The interior has been given luxury notes by integrating golden details, classic wall decoration and fine finishes.
In the sophisticated ambience, imposing luminaires were easily framed, whose sumptuous shapes come to perfectly complement the interior. Thus, the villa borrowed from the classic London style, mixed with modernism, transforming the residence into the perfect place for relaxation and retreat from everyday life. The Fantasy Air Balloon is a themed bed that invokes the romantic and whimsical ambience of a hot air balloon ride! Kids will relate this bed to the Disney movie “Up”, while parents will feel like being transported to the adventurous tale of Phileas Fogg. This kids bed helps to create a playful environment that triggers children’s curiosity and creativity.
Molteni and Dada Woolworth Tower Private Residence
As the exclusive custom kitchen partner for the Woolworth Tower Residences at 2 Park Place, Dada continues to elevate its strong presence in this international design city.
The Dada Contract Division outfitted the residential tower with a total of 34 kitchens and 111 vanities. Custom Dada kitchens feature white lacquered bespoke doors, nickel knobs that channel the style of the neo-Gothic building and white Calacatta Caldia marble countertops.
The bathrooms incorporate bespoke Dada lacquered cabinetry with mirrors to complete the ambience. Collaborating closely with internal design teams, Dada created settings uniquely tailored to the building’s particular needs while exemplifying key brand attributes, such as quality, skill and passion.
Armani Casa Private London Residence
Established in 2004 the studio, under the direct supervision of Giorgio Armani, provides a comprehensive design service for a variety of projects: apartments in the most exclusive locations, private yachts and planes, exotic villas and prestigious residential complexes. While implementing the Armani style in different contexts and with different shades, the ultimate aim of the Studio is to respond to the demands and wishes of the client.
A period townhouse, 800 sq. meters on 7 levels. Complete refurbishment, interior design and furnishing project.
Flexform’s Private Living Room in São Paulo
An elegant São Paulo residence designed by Hueb Ferreira Arquitetos. The signature design look is apparent in the simplicity of the pairing of the travertine floors with a bold shade of dark brown on the painted walls.
The clear chromatic contrast contributes to creating an atmosphere of refined equilibrium. The living room is furnished with a spacious composition of the Groundpiece sofa, designed by Antonio Citterio, upholstered in a light-coloured linen fabric that pairs fittingly with the dark brown cowhide-clad bookshelf-armrest that lends function and personality to the sofa.
Completing the decor, the Fly coffee table in Canaletto walnut that flutters above the unique Bangkok ottoman, also upholstered in dark brown cowhide.
A Private Residence by Flos
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This Private residence, by Flos Furniture, art is everywhere to be found. The architectural features are perfectly merged with the Italian brand’s furniture. The beginnings of Flos (meaning “flower” in Latin) blossomed from a brilliant idea: to create objects, starting with a light bulb, that would change the way of life for both the Italian market and the foreign markets.
In 1972, the “Italy The New Domestic Landscape” show at New York City’s MoMA– the most important museum of contemporary art in America – was a phenomenon of unprecedented popularity celebrating the culture of art and industry. Flos was featured in the show with several pieces – in particular by the Castiglioni brothers – consolidating the brand as an international avant-garde company. From that moment, the firm’s development and its popularity went hand-in-hand. Between the ’70s and ’80s, they expanded their production with new facilities, their market with branches abroad, and their product catalogue (which included the acquisition of dell’Arteluce by Gino Sarfatti).
Under Piero Gandini’s management, Flos focused on the harmony between iconic forms, artisan craftsmanship and mass-production technology. However, the crucial step towards change came with the realization that contemporary objects can be a form of expression, with as many stylistic interpretations as there are languages in the world. And so, Piero Gandini called upon the most promising talents in international design: from the “futuristic” style of Australian Marc Newson (with his Helice Lamp in 1993) to the English prophet of minimalist design Jasper Morrison, to Konstantin Grcic, the most refined and eclectic German designer.
Buxmed Bishops Avenue Properties with Porada
An award-winning collection of three penthouses, six duplexes and eleven lateral apartments set in a 2.5-acre site with private landscaped gardens and outstanding facilities including an indoor 25m pool, spa, cinema and more.
With the support of his sons, who became promoters, as well as him, of a Company that makes quality and professionalism its own bases. Excellent quality and considerable experience in the wood manufacturing shortly gave the Company a solid and well-defined identity, which nowadays express itself in refined products that contribute to design a domestic environment, where the everyday living needs are met.
Porada’s collection is wide and varied, made up of a multitude of occasional furniture developed in cooperation with designers as Tarcisio Colzani, Patrick Joiun, Carlo Ballabio, Marconato e Zappa, Opera Design, Studio Buratti, David Dolcini, Stefano Bigi, Gino Carollo and Emmanuel Gallina among others.
Baccarat Paris Private Residences
Baccarat has graced its presence in some unique, luxurious projects. From hospitality projects to private residences, the French brand adds that Luxurious touch to any project. Transforming matter into an object of desire has been the calling and talent of Baccarat artisans for over 250 years, targeting perfection.
It takes 15 years to master the techniques, tap the infinite possibilities for sculpting crystal. Baccarat boasts the highest number of award-winning Best Craftsmen in France, more than any other French luxury House.
BACCARAT LA MAISON collection is a natural extension of the Baccarat universe and offers statement furniture and home accessories with a timeless style, at the highest standards of the art of living industry. From stylish living rooms to chic dining and bedroom collections, BACCARAT LA MAISON offers a range of products unrivalled in the furniture industry.
Roberto Cavalli in I Love Florence Tower in Dubai
A new luxury tower in Dubai named “I Love Florence” will be the first in the world to carry the “Roberto Cavalli” brand, bringing the glitz and glamour of runway to private homes. For the first time, Roberto Cavalli designs the interiors of an iconic residential tower with a range of exquisite home accessories and ornate fittings from Cavalli interiors.
The rich interiors of Roberto Cavalli will project bespoke living spaces adding depth, character and style. They will be an embodiment of all the strength and glamour of the Maison ‘Roberto Cavalli lifestyle‘, delivering energy, prestige, emotion, success, and desire to experience.”
He added: “We are excited to work on this project that combines the sophistication of fascinating Florence with the famed luxury of dazzling Dubai. The interiors of the lavish 34-storey waterfront skyscraper, located in one of the world’s greatest urban transformations, will offer its residents a refined living experience that also echoes the romantic vibes of the rustic streets of Florence.”
Architect Sofia de Backer’s House with Antonio Lupi
Upon entering, it is immediately noticeable: Sofie likes beautiful and practical. “A house serves primarily to live in. It must be functional and practical. ”So there was a double door at the front: one for the office and one for the living area. The architectural design of the house is also simple and efficient: a fairly tight floor plan with two beams one above the other, with the top one slightly slid over the edge, to form a roof over the terrace.
At the rear, above the covered terrace, is the night area of the couple. The bedroom and bathroom are in one large room, which creates a suite feeling. The Porro wardrobe in the middle serves as a partition and headboard for the black lacquered bed with canopy from MDF Italia. The bathroom area is also protected with a wall of smoked glass.
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Bath ‘Baia’ and washbasin ‘Tender’ by Carlo Colombo for Antoniolupi, tap work from Vola. Here they are economical with faucets: the one against the rear wall serves for both the shower and the large bathtub.