City Life Residenza Zaha Hadid by Anna Maria Spagnolo
City Life Residenza Zaha Hadid is a contemporary apartment located in Milan, Italy, designed by Anna Maria Spagnolo.
The large windows with the characteristic cut allow light to flood the living space, in all its breadth, starting from the entrance.
Teak flooring, boiserie walls, and, already from the entrance, the blue-turquoise color accent that appears, declined in various shades, in the living area.
At the entrance small table by Marioni with a celadon base, a lamp by Ingo Maurer, and a spherical sculpture by Florine Offergelt.
On the console table sculpture by Bruno Catalano and, on the wall, burnished tempera by Sergio Floriani. TV conversation area with sofa and armchairs by Baxter.
On the wall that forms the backdrop to the dining area is a diptych by Floriani and on the vertical sideboard “Beyond appearance” in raku by Florine Offergelt.
Via a hallway covered with upholstery by Momenti (designers Tiziano Boglio), one enters the large, fully equipped kitchen. The wall framing the window is covered with the same material suggesting a continuity of color in the living room.
The kitchen is made of glossy white lacquer with a Corian top; the cooking area with an integrated hood allowed the use of Riflessi’s macro clock that stands out on the teak wall near the wall unit.
Adjacent to the kitchen is the bathroom that serves the living area, where the teak flooring continues and the walls are covered in black glass panes and mirrors with wood trim of the same essence as the floor.
The night hallway leads to the guest bathroom made with Nero Marquinia flooring. The container with the decorated laminate surface is embellished with sculptural handles by Benevelli. Ceramic washbasin by Flaminia and precious mirror by Spini.
In the master bedroom, the brightness of the room allowed the use of dark-toned upholstery (Elitis).
The windows, strictly without curtains, are emphasized by a wooden frame treated with black lacquer subsequently brushed to highlight the basic essence.
The niche that frames the headboard of the bed (Baxter) also has the same frame.
On the wall opposite the window the large mirror, with horizontal beveled cuts, doubles the width and brightness of the room.
On the shaped console tabletop sculpture by Florine Offergelt (The gladiator) and lamp by Maurer. On the mirror is a work by artist Sigis.
The master bathroom, adjacent to the room presents, seamlessly, the same color scheme as the room.
Marquinia Black marble floor like the handcrafted washbasin (Ricci Marmi), walls covered partly with the same material and parts, with precious teak wood tiles. Ceiling lamp from “Il Bronzetto.”
On the wall tar on paper on paper White Kozu by Sergio Floriani.
Photography by PierMario Ruggeri
Visit Anna Maria Spagnolo- by Matt Watts