Descrizione Progetto

LAURAMERONI / APARTMENT-SHOWROOM

 

Bartoli Design offers some furnishing inspirations to give life to a cozy, refined and elegant home.

Thanks to a long collaboration between the Studio and Laurameroni, a “model apartment” has been created at the company showroom in Alzate Brianza, in the North of Italy, that is an interpretation of a contemporary urban home, for those looking for distinctive and quality furnishing.

Design, fine finishes and attention to the details are the main characteristic of the project.

Different materials join together in unique compositions: textiles, carved or plain woods, and hand brushed metals create a sophisticated atmosphere, where simple forms combine with the richness of materials in a perfect game of proportions.

Even the choice of colours has been carefully studied: in the living area, living room and dining room, warm and cold tones intertwine in the furnishings and decorations, from the sofa to the curtains, from the cushions to the painting, from the carpet to the cupboard. The warm and natural shades dominate in the sleeping area.

In the living room, conceived as a place of sharing, welcoming and comfortable, the wide and rigorous Orchestra sofa, available also custom-made, is the protagonist, upholstered in light gray nabuk and with large coloured cushions.

In addition, the Drapè pouf, in mustard-colored nabuk, stands out for the sartorial workmanship of the draped lining, which makes it immediately recognizable by highlighting the environment.

In the center, among the seats, are the Echo tables, light and materic pieces at the same time, reflecting the warm and cold tones of the environment; they are composed of two superimposed levels, one in glass and one in marble, supported by a slender brass structure.

Finally, on the wall, the 40/40 modular system has been added, characterized by minute details, such as the frame created by the sides that “chase each other” and the thin brass profiles that reinforce the image. Widely customizable with finishes, combining the modules and doors to your liking, you can obtain infinite geometries; in this space it is proposed in a linear combination, with all the modules closed with wenge-finish wooden doors, while in the corridor leading from the living room to the sleeping area it is proposed with a freer composition, with open and closed modules, in white aniline dyed oak finish.

The same shades and play of colours, materials, finishes and suggestions are taken in the dining room: the rigorous table matches the BD13 chairs with simple and geometric lines that give life to a sophisticated and comfortable upholstered seat.

Completing the environment, the elegant Collectionist sideboard, an example of balance between art, design and craftsmanship, with its open-pore ebony finish and the Decor Collection boiserie with brushed brass shelves: the surface of the lacquered and hand-brushed panels emphasizes once again research and care in the processing of materials to create a unique atmosphere.

In the sleeping area, in addition to the elegant aesthetic appearance with warm and relaxing tones, the functionality has been cared for by inserting, behind the bed, the Decor Acoustic teak boiserie, a wall panel system designed to combine acoustics and aesthetic, making it possible to talk or simply relax in an acoustically comfortable environment.

The Maxima bed, with teak structure and headboard in nabuk, is accompanied by the Echo tables, which serve as light and precious bedside tables, with marble top and bottom in crystal.

Finally, inside the bedroom a study corner has been recreated with the contemporary console from the STARS series, entirely covered in metal (brushed brass), combined with the BD03 armchair, padded and upholstered in orange velvet which stands out for its generous dimensions and essential, timeless design.