Minimal spaces and white are the key concepts in the interior design project by architect Andrea Castrignano for an art collector’s home in Milan.
The architect joined together 3 adjacent apartments, reducing the space used up by hallways to a minimum in favour of big, brightly lit spaces where children can play, especially in the living area.
A few key architectural elements set up a dialogue with the works of art and items of designer furniture by world-renowned masters of architecture, such as the LC4 chaise-longue designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina. It is one of only a few coloured elements, in black and red, which stand out in the total white living room and help distinguish between different areas intended for relaxation, dining and conversation.
Design interior: Andrea Castrignano
Location: Milan, Italy
Photos: Matteo Cirenei