Apartment interior design is completed designed by Federico Delrosso interior designer. He has completed designed a modern interior design of an apartment which is based in Monaco. This apartment is designed based on the client order for able to accommodate their family members.
APARTMENT INTERIOR DESIGN REVIEW
Federico Delrosso has completed designed a modern interior design of an apartment which based in Monaco. This new apartment design is start from the specific request for a living space which could accommodate parents and children for some previous relationship. The project for private residence invariability has to take an account of the client’s family structure. The living space is a kind of the exoskeleton in which human relations, even before family ties.
In this apartment interior, everything grew out of the fusion and radical restructuring of three existing apartments in an early 20th century building which located in the heart of Montecarlo. The first act from the designer is the creation of a new internal staircase for the exclusive use of the family to clear link which is placed between the three levels, though they are aesthetically independent. The designer introduces his project which was completed in 2010 after about 18 months’ work.
The interior designer decided to differentiate the first levels in a generational key. For this apartment, lay out with a specific family vocation. On the first floor, it is the most ‘crowded’ place in this apartment. It is devoted to the children. The second more intimate and compact, is for the parents. The third floor is designed for living together and hospitality, hence the living room and kitchen. It ends in a loft space where informal and compact space becomes a place of happy anarchy for relations and activities: partly study and partly leisure area.
APARTMENT INTERIOR DESIGN CONCEPT
Federico Delrosso has created a home with the reverse vertical development with this division of space. The entrance is at the top, on the third floor, housing the living room and loft. Descending they come to the most private areas (night/study): the second floor for parents and youngest children, and the first with direct access from the condominium stairwell, the floor devoted to the older and more independent children.
The grey oak, which Federico Delrosso chose for the floors is paired with zebrano, its distinctive texture creating a very natural and warm ambiance with an almost wild character for the interiors. It manages to soften the rationally orthogonal spaces, and it works very well for ‘coloring’ at certain points the icy white of the walls (doors, shelves, paneling …). The color of the zebrano goes well with both warm tones and cold, without limiting any subsequent color choices made by the occupants, in terms of furnishings and accessories. It’s an element that supports but does not preclude the evolution of this home … Almost a metaphor for family relationships.”