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Nordic Design

Sober, and yet, it makes a big statement! Nordic style dominates Architect Giulia Bonavia’s design for this 80 sq. m. property in Turin, where light colors, natural wood, and linear shapes make for a relaxing atmosphere. The renovation required a complete restyling, redistributing spaces throughout the apartment located in the Campidoglio quarter. The result is a modern home with a large living room and ample bedroom, complete with an in-suite walk-in closet and bathroom.

The living room and kitchen are separated by a lowered, LED-strip illuminated ceiling. A supporting column in the open space’s center is camouflaged by grey, built-in drywall shelving, adding plays of negative space.

The modern kitchen uses both light and dark colors; the countertops are black. The penisola and stools extend toward the living room, and above the floating stovetop is a large aluminum hood.

The wood-look tiling brings dynamic energy thanks to diagonal placement, and the uniform beige walls have a slight sponged finish, bringing warmth and depth to the living room and bedroom.

The bathroom has three different surfaces, all realized with patterned tiling: beige and blue “marble”, and vintage-style floral “ceramic” tiles.

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Giulia Bonavia

She studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Turin’s Polytechnic, obtaining her degree in 2011 with honors. During those years she also enriched her architectural language and expanded her cultural background at the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (where she... Leggi tutto

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