Disparate Elements Joyfully Commingle in 3 European Residences
Disparate elements joyfully commingle in a trio of European residences.
1. Firm: Baciocchi Associati
Site: Arezzo, Italy
Recap: The home of the firm’s founder, Roberto Baciocchi, is sited in 16th-century environs, but contemporary touches and custom artwork translate to decor that’s squarely in the present.
2. Firm: Giuliano Andrea Dell’uva Architetti
Recap: Custom iron shelving runs through the living room and bedroom, adding definition and order amid the client’s vibrant design collection.
3. Firm: Permis de Construire and K2A
Recap: At designer Arnaud Masson’s own home in the Belgian city, an emphasis on simplicity and natural materials inspired the choice of dramatic clay-coated walls and mortar floors as well as earth-tone sculptural furnishings.