The living space was initially born as a single area, later divided to give room to a formal area suitable for the reception of guests and a more informal one reserved vice versa for the family and the entertainment of the children. The first formal space, dominated by a suspended display designed by Marco Piva from Salvioni Design Solutions, houses Poltrona Frau sofas and B&B Italia armchairs, flanked by precious Gallotti&Radice coffee tables. The welcoming atmosphere of the space is accentuated here by the Fontana Arte and Oluce lamps.
The family lounge has been deliberately furnished with voluminous and comfortable seats, such as the Amoenus armchair by Maxalto, perfect for hosting several people at the same time. The TV, hidden by the Acerbis system, integrates this space illuminated by Flos lamps. The front dining room was placed in an enchanting bow-window, full of windows and visual sights on the outdoor garden capable of making this convivial area particularly bright and airy.
The large B&B Italia table surrounded by Febo chairs with high back seats up to ten diners. A dividing wall of Rimadesio sliding doors, ideal for separating spaces while keeping them visually communicating, divides this area from the Varenna furnished kitchen, with wood and lacquered finishes and dominated by a central island of great versatility.