|Categories||Interior Design > Houses/Villas|
Description Original Language (Italian)
The villas and houses by the sea of the north coast of Sardinia, starting from the 50s have been
characterized by an architecture with a Moorish charm and rounded and organic shapes, which then culminated in the soft architecture of the villas of Couelle on the Costa Smeralda and the domes of Bini on the Costa Paradiso.
The interiors of the first villas, however, often have a traditional and rigid internal distribution that does not match the needs of a young modern couple.
This is why the project wanted to modify the living area by creating a single open space that, using all the existing windows, overlooks the garden and offers small glimpses of the sea in front of the house.
In the living area and in the new bathroom / laundry room, soft and curved lines have been used, which embrace the perimeter walls in which the original striped plaster has been maintained.
The living area includes the open kitchen and a custom-made table, whose extensions can be lifted and create a larger worktop perfectly flush with the top of the
The fireplace area is integrated with a projector and a bench, while a modular sofa creates a flexible and modifiable living area according to needs.
The existing bedroom area and bathroom have been kept in their original size.
The floor of the new house is in uniform and gray resin, while the walls are white and the woodwork, all made to measure and in chestnut, is the only warm shade used.
The simple color palette combines a play of black and white cushions and accessories