Soldati House, Tuscany, Italy
Milan-based architect Victor Vasilev has redesigned the interior of a 90s property in Carrara, Tuscany, Italy. The minimalist property oozes style and sophistication at its best.
According to the architects: “The house was built in the 90s, without design ambitions.
The owners wanted the interior to look ‘Milanese’, i.e. ‘ultramodern’. I decided on a complete overhaul, appreciating the space potential on three floors.
The final result is achieved by the interplay of space, materials, custom-made furniture and indirect lighting. It gives out the warm, white glow, which softens the interior.
“The family also wanted a spa area in the home. A sauna, a big bathtub for four and a massage area were constructed in the basement. A home cinema room with a folding screen was added.
Tom Cooper | Elite.