Sight House, Via Cassia – Rome
Benedetta Gargiulo Morelli designed the reawakening of this apartment in Via Cassia, Rome. Even with a small budget, the outcome was high-end due to smart decisions making.
The goal was to help the client eliminate the out-of-date appearance of the environment and return the space to its entertaining potential once again.
From the entrance, we discovered how to make a simple corridor captivate the guest’s interest. The wallpaper by Inkiostro Bianco that covers the back wall invites you to enter and see the rest of the space.
The inspiration for the bathroom came from a playful and chic perspective. A small existing environment was added on to so the space was more functional. The hexagon tiles make a unique pattern only covering up half of the wall with the intent of creating a fun yet delicate space.
The overall environment shows contemporary characteristics. In particular, a beautifully designed table with stainless steel legs and tempered glass by Cattelan is the main focus piece in the heart of the home.
In the rest of the house, beautiful laminate wood flooring runs throughout tying the rest of the rooms together. When it came to furnishing the spaces, a mixture of straight lines and organic forms were used to get the complete end result.
USE: Residential SIZE: 150 SQM PLACE: Via Cassia, Rome YEAR: 2016 MISSION: Re-vitalization, Lightness, and Renewal AWARDS: