The interior design world is constantly evolving. Every single day, new interior design projects are being created and some still remain the all-time favorite from avid contemporary design lovers. For Inspiration and Ideas, we believe that these luxury design projects in Italy completely enhance La Dolce Vita that this country is so well known for. Whether it is a typical sunny destination Villa or a modern and luxury apartment in downtown Milan, these interior design projects are about to blow you away. So here’s our curated selection of projects in Italy!
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.
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 neighbors, this aspect was key for this home design. The Italian designer built a concrete abode of flamboyance, perfection, and multi-material incredible details that will completely catch your attention.
Interior design projects are not only about home design, but luxury restaurants are also a part of this amazing world hence the deliciousness of Italian food. Diners can shop from their table at The Manzoni, a new Milan restaurant by Tom Dixon that doubles as a furniture showroom and the designer’s European headquarters.
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.