A home in industrial style faithfully reflecting the identity of the owner; a complex project revolving around use of quality materials and surfaces with an unfinished look, creating fluid spaces decorated with designer furnishings and iconic items from the ’50s. Cement, solid wood, parquet, wood-effect ceramic, leather, rough fabrics: all the textures contribute to the overall image.
Metallic reflections give an iridescent look to spaces defined by absolute, severe, clean lines, while the lighting is chosen to illuminate specific parts of this apartment in contemporary style. The continuity of spaces is underlined by use of flooring made of Microtopping, an exclusive Ideal Work compound made by combining a liquid polymer with a cement blend mixed by hand prior to laying. Its neutral but warm look provides the perfect backdrop to underline the style of the items of furniture and other elements characterising the space.
The result is an uninterrupted, continuous surface with a material look that extends out of the living and dining area into the bedrooms and bathroom, where the material can be installed without problems due to its high resistance to moisture and low thickness, only 3 mm.