Geometry and colour pallet are two fundamental components to a harmonious and well designed living room.
Sticking to a geometric standard, be it clean lines, with a minimalist style, or playing with organic elements, the goal is to seek a consensus in a giving space. It is important, however, to know when to spice things up a little, and ensure that a few details pop, and bring an honest essence to the room.
Above, the Lapiaz center table fits the room’s language and aesthetic, both in terms of colour tones, and geometry. Intriguingly, it’s brass interior – inspired in karst formations that occur on dolomite rocks, common in the European Alps – changes the room’s dialogue drastically. Complementing an interior with accessories is also crucial to bring out it’s personality.