We are pleased to inform you that AD Architectural Digest Italia has chosen one of the apartments designed in our Milan showroom for its selection of May of the most beautiful houses in the world.
When we opened our showroom in Milan, I never thought that in a short time we would be able to reach such a high level of clientele.
Nomad Architecture, the studio that took care of the design of this princely apartment, to say the least, was one of those realities that we followed from afar. It was a coincidence to bring their owner, the architect Selina Bertola, in our space. Immediately affected by our material effects Istinto, she designed for the landlady a shining bedroom in Bamboo 1070 finished with two hands of Gioia 4 GE, the leitmotiv tone of the whole house.
It was during the meeting with the client in our showroom that what had to be a wall in the master bedroom was transformed into the making of an apartment almost entirely covered with Istinto.
A showy cascade of Zen along the main corridor of the dwelling accompanies the gaze in a play of volumes that hides the hidden doors, introducing the wall that divides the living area from the sleeping area covered with Pietra Spaccata, four characteristic bathrooms all entirely made with Istinto and the spectacular swimming pool that includes the fitness area, the sauna and the hammam entirely covered with Bamboo.
A long and satisfying work that leads us today to be published in a magazine of the caliber of AD.
We just have to celebrate with you all this shared success in the hope that this is the first of a long series.
The most beautiful houses in the world are made with Istinto.