TB Penthouse: Eclectic Mix of Tradition and Innovation
Uncover the artistic allure of TB Penthouse, a testament to eclectic design by Edoardo Milesi & Archos, nestled in the charming landscape of Torre Boldone, Italy. This intricately designed haven caters to the needs of art enthusiasts, serving as both a sanctuary and a vibrant canvas of color-coded functional areas.
Highlighting elements such as iron, glass, and a melange of woods, the penthouse boasts a seamless open space loft that opens onto a panoramic terrace offering an enchanting valley view. The property tells a compelling narrative of volumes, secret doors, and carefully curated design objects that make for a fascinating exploration of intimate domestic spaces.
About TB Penthouse
TB Penthouse: A Canvas of Color
Within the eclectic penthouse, designed for art collector aficionados, various hues distinguish distinct functional areas. Every detail blossomed from a desire for comfort, intimacy, and tidiness.
The Entrance: A Gateway to the Living Area
The entryway boasts an iron and glass compass, adorned with plants for stowing shoes and coats. It gently transitions into the living area, an open-space loft bathed in panoramic vistas of the surrounding valley.
Exploring TB Penthouse Spaces: A Journey in Materials and Design
Venturing further, a procession of distinct volumes unfolds the penthouse’s secrets. Intriguingly, secret doors and small revealing details intermittently punctuate this exploration. Walnut and birch partitions strike a balance between separation and containment, while oil-treated oak wood covers the floors. The kitchen blooms around a green resin island, encapsulating the floor, walls, and furniture.
Bathrooms: A Mix of Color and Texture
In the bathrooms, colorful ceramics appear sparingly, complemented by wallpaper in the powder room.
Custom-Designed Elements Meet Classic Design Objects
All custom-designed elements intermingle seamlessly with classic design objects. A prime example is the master bedroom, where a Traccia table by Meret Oppenheim nestles beside the Dodicesima notte wooden bed by Luca Meda, offered without a padded headboard. Also gracing the room is the blue EDO chair by Kisho Kurokawa.
Living Area: A Symphony of Contrast and Harmony
The living area’s star is the polychrome Wink armchairs. Designed by Toshiyuki Kita for Cassina, they offset the DS-450 sofa. Thomas Althaus designed this sofa with slender lines. Solid wood Barrel chairs encircle a custom table. Frank Lloyd Wright designed these chairs. They bridge the space between the living room and kitchen.
Photography by Andrea Ceriani
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