It’s established worldwide, how Milan 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 Milan 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 in Milan!
Blue Caramel by Bruno Tarsia
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.”
The townhouse in Milan’s historic centre seems to have evolved effortlessly as if every stone, vault, and fenestration were dictated from deep in its bones. Don’t be fooled: The building’s old-world grandeur was summoned from thin air by Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori Rimini of Studio Peregalli.
Tamu McPherson’s family moved into the historic three-bedroom, distinguished by wood panelling and mosaic floors Milan apartment, several years ago, though it wasn’t new to her husband. His mother had purchased it nearly two decades prior as a place to reconnect with her two sons after the passing of their father. Its unique U-shape configuration allowed for mother and children to have their own wings, affording the 20-somethings a degree of independence. As time passed and the kids flew the coop, the Milan apartment proved too big for just the matriarch. So when McPherson and her husband began searching for a larger place for themselves and their own son, she handed them the key.
Grand Hotel De Milan by Dimorestudio
Dimorestudio concluded a restyling intervention at the iconic Grand Hotel et de Milan. The hall and bar areas are renovated with elegant contemporary touches, through new colors, materials, carpets, and finishings, whilst preserving the historical atmosphere and essence of the spaces.
Ipertesto by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
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.
Italian Residence by Vincenzo de Cotiis
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.
IYO Aalto by Maurizio Lai
Maurizio Lai Is One Of Italy’s Top Architects. His latest project is a stunning hospitality project in Milan that combines the most refined elements of the design of the East and the West, and where Japan finds an original, nonconventional interpretation, between noble materials, light cuts, and bespoke design. There is a contemporary idea of Japan in the project that the Italian architect Maurizio Lai has developed for IYO Aalto, the second restaurant of the group after IYO Taste. Subtle references to tradition give way to a contemporary and pure design language, conceiving a place where essential materials and light merge into a different narrative.
Michele de Lucchi
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.
In the heart of Milan, the design firm Studio Peregalli has spent the last two years creating one of its most exquisite interiors. The studio—a collaboration between Roberto Peregalli, who is as much philosopher as an interior designer, and the architect Laura Sartori Rimini—was ideally suited to renovate an apartment with such a rich history. These wonderfully layered rooms were originally decorated in the 1950s by Renzo Mongiardino, Studio Peregalli’s own maestro. Both Peregalli and Rimini worked under the tutelage of the legendary Italian decorator until his death in 1998.
Milano Serafino Dell’Uomo by Dimorestudio
Dimorestudio was founded in 2003 by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, who have blended their individual experiences with the profession and study of design, art and fashion, together. Since then, they have conceived and carried out every one of their projects in a personal and recognizable way. Their practice sees objects realized by historical design masters live together with reclaimed materials and other ‘bespoke’ pieces to forge a particular atmosphere.
What do you get when a fast car collides with Roman busts, refined modern art objects, and a generous contemporary design industrial volume? Interior and furniture designer Tommaso Spinzi’s epic loft apartment in Milan, of course! Tommaso Spinzi describes his epic home as a container for all his passions. The apartment perfectly showcases the designer’s keen eye for beautiful objects, and his ability to pair them despite their seeming disparity.
An eighteenth-century palazzo in which the sculptural furniture that Vincenzo De Cotiis designs reign by itself. The architect’s flat in Milan is absolute perfection: rough and brutalist elegance. In an eighteenth-century flat in Milan, the architect Vincenzo De Cotiis has made his house in a very traditional Italian palazzo, so neat and perfect that it almost seems that no one lives in it, a monumental and livable sculpture. The structure already had a lot of character in its contemporary design, an apartment of 300 square meters in a Palazzo hidden in a narrow street of the Magenta area.
Planetario by Cristina Celestino
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.
The interior architecture of this Italian countryside residence, by Ukrainian firm Diff-Studio, is an exquisite combination of classic and contemporary style. The interior is dominated by light accents that create a feeling of airiness and a sense of space. The more you look the more you find it charming, as there’s a little bit of everything here, from mid-century floor lamps, gorgeous Italian-style sofas, whimsical chandeliers and a lot of beautiful and bold elements that combine with each other in perfect harmony. For the hallway, a custom gold-leafed Diamond Emerald sideboard was chosen to enhance the luxurious feel of the whole interior architecture of the Countryside Residence.
Set in the heart of Milan, the Senato Hotel is a masterful mix of past and present. Balancing a striking duality of tradition and Modern Design, the Hotel is run by the Renza family – the fourth generation Milanese entrepreneurs – has responded to the times by opening their doors of the five-story neo-classic building that was once their private residence, sharing and maintaining a valuable legacy of history and place.
Studio Ernesto Fusco
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.
The Manzoni is more than a restaurant. It’s an experimental space, a theatrical backdrop for the best of Italian food and British design expressed in a Restaurant, Showroom and Shop.
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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Situated in Italy, Hotel Salò du Parc has the most wonderful and exclusive view over the Lake Garda. Therefore, to make the most out of the view, Studio Simonetti, the company responsible for this project, decided to completely restyle the entrance, choosing BRABBU´s pieces to brighten this area.
Always full of surprises and seemingly on a never-ending journey to outdo ourselves every step of the way, Boca do Lobo is forever looking for ways to innovate and bring its clients the best and most exclusive luxury design. Sometimes that includes a luxury lifestyle experience. Picture this: an Island Mansion on a secluded location just near Capri. A millionaire house filled with exciting features, opulent furniture designs, and to top it off, the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. Having trouble conjuring such a divine thought? Boca do Lobo has you covered! Boca do Lobo studio brings to life a dream property in Capri, an exclusive island that leads to a millionaire three-story house with world-class interiors, an extensive sun deck, a private heliport and an infinity pool, all surrounded by the crystalline blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Palazzo Terzi by Atelier Biagetti
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.
Open the gates to la dolce vita at Villa Le Scale on Capri. Not only does the exclusive seven-bedroom property boast a superb setting on Monte Solaro overlooking the Gulf of Naples, but its recently restored interiors are also a sublime mix of classic Mediterranean blue and white and clean, contemporary design and lines. Spend your stay relaxing Luxury Retreat in the villa’s lush gardens and let the staff take care of the details—the way its first owners, the noble Monti delle Corte, did—or explore the island’s gorgeous grottoes and beaches.
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