More stable than a fashion and less bulky than an architectural current, the chromatic “periods”, generally associated with the world of art, could also be easily ascribed to the field of interior design.
From the peacock blue al sugar paper, it doesn’t matter what gradation is used, the “blue period” of the interiors is characterizing large and small housing projects, depopulating on social networks.
The architecture and landscape studio Vegetable workshop, formed by Barbara Boschiroli, Marco Sessa and Giulia Uva, used the color, a azzurro ceruleo, as a guiding thread to weave a timely tailor-made renewal intervention.
The apartment, located in a 1960s condominium in the City Life area of Milan, was structured with the classic distribution of the rooms along a central straight corridor. The “plot” of the renovation focuses on a new diagonal partition overlooked by the rooms.
The kitchen is the first space that outlines this trend, and is managed as if it were an independent element, a blue metal lock, with sliding windows, overlooking the living area. The two bathrooms and the master bedroom follow the diagonal, slightly set back.
The living room and dining room, with the light oak floor, form a large open space bordered only by an open bookcase, which makes the spaces more usable.
And here is the use of blue that connects, in the living area with the furnishing elements and in the kitchen with resin coatings, the living area environments making it a single large space.
Cerulean blue also dominates in the two bathrooms, on the floor and as a wall covering, thanks to the materiality of the resin, and is combined with both warm elements of the furnishings and cold materials such as white mosaics and bathroom fixtures.
The Atelier delle Verdure project demonstrates how no detail is negligible and how a single color, used in different forms, can be treated as if it were a material.
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Source: Living by living.corriere.it.
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