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.