The living area is configured as an open-air space complete with kitchen, dining and living room. Warm wood paneling on the walls and parquet create a particularly welcoming and typical mountain atmosphere, giving the feeling of being inside a real chalet. A large Flou sofa bed welcomes the visitor, offering a comfortable relaxation corner embellished with a Porro composition complete with a steel-colored iron sheet boiserie.
Two Minotti coffee tables and a pony skin rug complete the whole. Inspired by the Shou Sugi Ban technique, the large Tense MDF table in charred oak complete with Vitra chairs in parchment fiberglass and Moooi chandelier, creates the right atmosphere for a convivial area.
The Arclinea kitchen is interesting, equipped with recessed doors specifically designed to make the kitchenette “appear and disappear” according to the time of day or needs. Closed, it looks like a simple graphite wall, but once opened it reveals a high-performance black dekton top complete with induction hobs, dishwasher, oven and sink. The wall units are in oak, designed to recall the style and warmth of the apartment.