Casa Salvatori is a minimalist space located in Milan, Italy, designed by Elisa Ossino. The idea was created in a more convivial context. Elisa Ossino’s vision was to reinterpret the space, using striking and vivid accents to create three-dimensional pictures, and furniture and objects. The classic interior design, chosen from the apartment, with the original design of the color palette chosen by Elisa, in which a variety of declinations play off each other. Eschewing conventionality, the exposed living spaces in an elegant dark green, each room in a slightly different tone. The dominance of the roof is a counterpoint to the bold geometric forms of the furniture, each piece carefully selected to be the perfect contrast with the walls in an engrossing dialogue between warm and cool colors. Pietra d’Avola and Gris du Marais alternate with White Carrara and Rosa Portugal marble. Illusion of a vast geometric canvas. One in the living room where a pair of pictures created entirely in marble reminds one of the indelible link between Salvatori and the natural material that lies at the heart of the company. The bathroom is a veritable showpiece of Salvatori’s signature textures.
Photography by Germano Borrelli