Beautiful colours in this recently renovated eighteenth century home in Milan that once was the residence of a wealthy Milanese family. Casa AG is a ground-floor apartment that was brought into the present by Due Architetti while respecting the past of the building and its imperfections. I love the picture above and the beautiful colours, the table really looks a lot like the one I designed myself, don’t you think.
Polished concrete surfaces alternate with wooden floors, and wood is used to contain the volumes—separating the entrance from the open kitchen by a thick wall-like storage unit, and shielding the bedrooms from the social spaces with a similar divider. The whole atmosphere is just beautiful and minimalistic with the concrete floors and the rustic wooden beams painted white along with the rest of the interiors.
Photography by Simone Bossi