Interiors
Appartmento AL

Appartmento AL is a minimalist home located in Lombardi, Italy, designed by Archiplan Studio. The focus of this project was to experiment with the dichotomy of natural vs. artificial. The space includes many elements that are organic, but at the same time, include elements that are manufactured. The juxtaposition of these features represent the character of this house. (2)

Name: Appartmento AL

Designer: Archiplan Studio

Location: Lombardi, Italy

Appartmento AL is a minimalist home located in Lombardi, Italy, designed by  Archiplan Studio. The focus of this project was to experiment with the dichotomy of natural vs. artificial. The space includes many elements that are organic, but at the same time, include elements that are manufactured. The juxtaposition of these features represent the character of this house.

I love when minimalist, clean design is mixed with industrial, imperfect aesthetics. Believe it or not, a lot of the furniture is from IKEA. The hanging brass is designed and developed by Ghirldi.

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