It’s established worldwide, how Italy is the birthplace for luxury design, whether it be in the fashion world, or in the interior design industry. Boca do Lobo has even made a curated selection, featuring the best Italian Interior Designers! But because actions speak louder than words, their interior design projects are without a doubt worthy of a list of their own.
Without further ado meet our picks for the most exquisite Interior Design Projects by top Italian Interior Designers!
Better known for its product design, Achille Salvagni sometimes works on interior design settings, for art galleries and exhibitions, as is the case for its latest exhibition in Laguna, London. On this location, the Italian Interior Designer displays its works as to imagine what it would look like in a real interior design project.
In occasion of DimoreDesign, where the historic palaces of Bergamo meet contemporary design, Atelier Biagetti presents Incontri (Encounters). The splendour of Palazzo Terzi is the perfect setting for a film that entwines the stories of different people from different eras.
Appropriately entitled Blue Caramel, this editorial interior design project was specially created for the 2019 November issue of Maria Claire Magazine. As the Italian Interior Designer puts it: “When opposites attract … Technically complementary, toffee and overseas shades seduce convivial rooms.”
Besana Carpet Lab presents Planetario, an interior design project created and developed by Italian Interior Designer Cristina Celestino which strongly highlights the identity and unique features of wall-to-wall carpeting.
Firenze Bellosguardo was the first time that Dimore Studio took on the interior design of a home in Florence. The home already had many interior design details inspired by many masters of mid-20th-century Italian design. Despite the fact that this residence has many modern details, at the same time, there was much to be taken advantage of when it comes to mid-century.
Dome Milano Interior arrives in Vienna with a new proposal of Italian luxury interiors that, from the beginning, wanted to highlight a sophisticated and refined style. A curated selection of furniture from Italian brand collections to shape high-end interior designs. The penthouse, the protagonist of this interior design project, is located near the centre of Vienna, in an entirely residential neighbourhood, surrounded by calm green spaces, where the family with five children lives.
Striking yet minimalistic the ‘Outlines’ collection consists of a series of iconic decorations, symbolizing the elements of woodgrain, panelling, bookshelves, quilting, and bricks. The colour scheme of this collection is varied among the pastel colours, including blues, pinks and greys that have been paired to compliment whilst outlining their patterns. It was designed by Emanuele Pangrazi thinking about how Barbie would furnish Buckingham palace, where the Pop meets the British culture.
The Italian Interior Designer‘s take on interior design projects centres essentially around three main keywords: colours, emotions, and simplicity. She is known for enjoying the possibility to create a tailor-made style for all projects, being heavily inspired by other relevant design icons such as Lina Bo Bardi, Gio Ponti, and Verner Panton.
Ipertesto is an exhibition that celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of Palomba Serafini Associati with unique pieces, designed in collaboration with leading Italian and international design companies.
In the historical heart of Chengdu city, the most dynamic and fast-growing area of the world, Studio Marco Piva realized the interior design project of luxury serviced apartments for the new Tonino Lamborghini Hotel. An elegant blend of Chinese culture with Italian tradition for an aesthetic, functional and emotional result.
On the top floor of one of the most prestigious skyscrapers in the South Mumbai area, the most exclusive residential area of the Indian metropolis Matteo Nunziati designed the interior design project of a 400 sqm penthouse. The apartment occupies an entire floor of the building.
Nestled in a coastal landscape, this villa refers to the major elements of its surroundings: local colours, natural stones, greens and soft round shapes inspired by traditional buildings. The architecture wants to create a contemporary, luxury and unique place in an outstanding location while protecting the historic character of the location.
This interior design project is situated on the ground floor of an early 20th-century building which, with its court garden, conforms to the traditional Milanese style of the time. The apartment was previously used as a patisserie workshop and has exclusive access to the building’s courtyard. The courtyard with its garden is undoubtedly the cardinal focus point of this luxury design.
Revolving around the idea of the Crystal Studio, conceived as a dynamic and creative space, Swarovski’s latest retail offering, designed by Studio Urquiola, elevates the in-store experience by offering a memorable, highly interactive and socially focused environment.
The Middle House is the fourth House under Swire Hotels’ award-winning The House Collective. The work of Lissoni Architettura includes the façade concept and the interior design of two tower buildings: The Middle House Hotel with 111 rooms, restaurants, events space, swimming pools and spa, and The Middle House Residences with 102 mid-stay apartments.
Featuring their most recent works at Spotti‘s Milan location, the Italian Interior Designers like to keep their interior design projects simple and classic.
The new 5-stars hotel is under construction in the most trendy area of the city, Downtown Dubai, a short walk from Dubai Mall and the Burj Khalifa. The interior design project of the Hotel explores some of the finest materials, with the utmost attention to details.
Kitchen and living room united by the same aesthetic: elegant. A large island dominates the living area, while the space dedicated to food preparation has been hidden behind two sliding doors recessed into the depth of the wall. The corner sofa, sand-coloured, has a walnut bookcase that acts as a partition between the kitchen and the living room.
An interior design project for a villa of 960 sqm on two levels. A project that involved numerous Italian artisans and the most famous brands of Made in Italy design. The interiors reveal elegant spaces, with calm and refined tones.
Monochromatic elegance, a touch of vintage and bespoke furniture make of this interior design project the perfect demonstration of Italian New Style – a little nostalgic and sophisticated.
Studio Peregalli conjures a romantic hideaway deep in the Bavarian forest. Their atmospheric, enchantingly anachronistic style is, by definition, escapist, which is why it made perfect sense when a longtime client called on them to create a getaway on the shores of the Tegernsee, a lake in the Bavarian Alps.
The owners of this house asked for one thing when recruiting Vincenzo De Cotiis to design their house, privacy. Due to the close proximity to their neighbours, this aspect was key for this interior design project. The Italian interior designer built a concrete abode of flamboyance, perfection, and multi-material incredible details that will completely catch your attention.
The Italian Interior Designers created, for the third edition, the VIP Lounge of Artissima Fair, with the partnership of 100x100factory. The Together interior design project triggers new synergies between excellent Italian companies to organise an initiative of furnishings and design contaminated with art to give rise to a perfect combination of functional quality and beauty.
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