Eutopiarch x FP
Interiors that taste good.
A project to reflect the personality of the owner: young, fresh, colorful.
A retro pastel palette to set the atmosphere of each room, where surfaces and materials play with every sense.
A 60 sqm apartment designed to be visual treat, where every space appeals like a mouth-watering dessert from a 50s american diner menu.
The whipped cream white day-time area is now a completely open space, where a wooden carpet - showing the footprint of the former living room - contrasts with the glossy grey micro-cement flowing all over the house while identifying the dining zone.
A low blueish kitchen, a dark green radiator, rusty light fixtures are the colorful elements spread all over, almost like sprinkels on a sundae.
Pistachio green for the bed room, perfect to relax in.
Banana yellow is the hue for the bathroom: here small tiles are meticulously and seamlessly laid all over the space: each surface, from the floor to the walls, to the ceiling, to the built-in elements, is treated in the exact same way creating a very surprising room, overwhelming like a sugar-rush.
Classic design lighting elements are spread all over the house: Teti sconces for the bath, Stilnovo magnetic appliques for the bedroom, a chrome Parentesi in the living room.
Many thanks to:
Lorenzo Piovella Photography