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Eleonora

THE OPEN-SPACE LOFT HOUSE

In the chaotic centre of the capital city, here is a solution that has been designed for a loft open to anything! A former warehouse for tools for botanical gardens, this space has been renovated and furnished taking into account the needs of the owner of the house. The essential element was: “everything red and white”, the dominating colours in this neutral box.

The extremely comfortable Rich sofas, distinguished by the “punto cavallo” stitching that is available in the colour of your choice, are shown in this living room with the wall-mounted Fly furniture unit. The various modules of the unit shown have two finishes, glossy and matt, all purposely in white here, but they can be finished in any of the many colours from the Colordax system. Also shown are the Sindor rugs, Zeus floor and hanging lamps and Banner coffee table.

A BRACKET TO SEPARATE THE LIVING AREA
An original room divider created using curved modules of the Fly system separate the lounge from the dining area. It is composed of two curved elements, which together create a functional and slightly sinuous movement, dividing the spaces with discretion but leaving the living area on view.

“SET AN EXTRA PLACE AT THE TABLE” TODAY AS THERE ARE LOTS MORE FRIENDS
Do you ever invite a guest to dinner? and what if you want to add more guests? With the Mosaico table, the only table that can be extended on both sides (a Chateau d’Ax patent) you can increase the size of the table top as required and increase the seating capacity! Huston chairs in regenerated leather, Zeus hanging lamp.

RED AND WHITE EVEN IN THE KITCHEN
The Cernobbio kitchen with a glossy finish and exposed handles. The work top is in white lacquered glass and even the domestic appliances have been chosen with the same finish. Chateau d’Ax interior designers will help you design your home to the last centimetre, offering the best solution for every type of space: for example this composition has an interesting graphic solution, with two colours used for the doors to take into account the requirements of the owner of the house.

RICH, A BED THAT IS ATTENTIVE TO DETAIL
On the wall of the bed is a sculpture by Elena Minotti that the owner of the house wanted in this room. The Chateau d’Ax interior designers recommended a wardrobe and accessories with a matching glossy finish, in red and white. The Rich bed, the most linear bed possible, has the same design as the sofas in the living room. It can be equipped with the Comodo system to raise the base of the bed for easy bed making.

RED AND WHITE, THE PLAY ON CONTRASTS CONTINUES
Matt side panels and a glossy front. That is how the Eleonora bedroom furniture has been interpreted; the front can be finished in various colours. Two different colours were chosen for Casa Eleonora, white for the bedside tables and red for the chest of drawers.