In the heart of the Porta Nuova district, among the skyscrapers that have designed the new skyline of Milan, the torre Solaria is thetallest residential building in Italy. With its 37 floors above ground for 143 meters high, its slender profile characterized by glass balconies that seem to climb on its slender structure, it is one of the most iconic buildings in the city.
It is located right inside there130 square meters apartment that study Nomad Architecture he designed for a young couple. The client’s request was to create a cozy and calming environment, a private nest where you can feel welcomed and pampered every day.
Therefore, the one adopted to define the interiors is not a precise style, but rather a philosophy. Following the concept of fun – a Danish word difficult to translate into our language but which has to do with the personal well-being, sharing with people, the feeling of embrace that you get when you return home – the designers have created delicate and welcoming corners, made even more interesting by the structural details of the building.
One of the characteristics that cannot go unnoticed is certainly the presence of large earth-sky windows which open onto the façade and put all the rooms in direct communication with the outside world, opening onto a breathtaking panorama.
The apartment is located on a high floor, the view extends to the spiers of the Duomo. Thus, the kitchen area with snack counter opens directly onto the bright living room, solved with a large blue gray sofa which separates the TV area from the dining room.
The extensive use of light wood – for the floor, for the main furnishings – and the presence of green plants it softens a composition that could otherwise be schematic, and naturally invites you to open the French window leading to the corner terrace.
The sleeping area is symmetrically composed of two double bedrooms with bathrooms that share a walk-in closet.
In the small rooms, however, there is space for wall bookcases and home-office areas. The beds, positioned right in front of the panoramic windows, are also transformed into corners dedicated to relaxation, where it is easy – from a hygge perspective – to imagine spending Sunday morning with a coffee and a good book.
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