Loft 600 m2 and rigorously geometric design in a former textile factory in Italy, Battiston Buratti Studio Architects.
With the logic of “open space”, open and unified space, own loft concept with limited divisions at least coexist with more traditional spirit of living in a house. The distinction between public or private social and intimate, stops in the restructuring of a former industrial building, the living room and dining room occupy the display floor, next to the master bedroom while the child units are at the top level, obtaining optimum enjoyment for the great height space.
In general the divisions in the social area was working with transparent walls or furniture. While in the intimate area is resorted to traditional, walls and doors, all in favor of privacy.
Geometric rigor and attention to detail are the two lines of the draft guidelines loft Battiston Buratti Studio Architects, founded in 1991 to Gabriel and Oscar Buratti and Ivano Battison.
A former factory of the year 50 is transformda loft in a theatrical family. The structure of two-story building is rectangular in angle and a gable roof of high rise located in the center.
The total area is 630 m2. To meet the requirement of the owner to have good light, the architects decided to demolish some internal walls have an interior courtyard. This operation was a central patio of approximately 200 m2. designed as a haven for outdoor life and home to the pool.
The white, shiny patina, is the tone that characterizes the interior of the loft, dotted with some cleverly placed colored dots in order to define the different areas. Color neutrality provides the ideal setting to display the extensive collection of pieces of design: Verner Panton, Gaetano Pesce, gli Eames, Castiglioni, Breuer.
The classical pieces alternate furnishings made to measure giving design prominence.