If the house is a reflection of who we are, the place that represents the physical implementation of our soul, the act of visiting a house is nothing but the most authentic way to know each other, get in touch with others dimension.
And this is the message behind the project The Visit in Brera, I had the pleasure to visit (the appointment is required).
Surely the position of the apartment is fantastic, in Via Palermo 1, which can be reached after a series of narrow narrow stairs as they used to be in the old houses in Milan. The top floor leads to the early nineteenth century apartment characterized by large, bright windows, stucco and herringbone parquet. The windows overlook a courtyard and another lovely terrace.
The rooms are connected by large openings framed by white posts, hereinafter of skirtings. To the right of the 3 main rooms, a long corridor separated by curtains, which frankly I would have preferred to be of white linen, but the use of velvet characterizes the whole house.
At The Visit in Brera I appreciated the special designs and color combinations on the walls, which I hope to propose soon for new projects, if customers will appreciate!
I also liked the quality of the furnishings, such as Molteni&C, Astep (the lights that you see in the photos), Vitra, Agapecasa also for the bathroom, Biton.
Of Molteni, see below the “Panna Cotta” coffee table: the color is very nice and it is called panna cotta because if you move the floor it undulates like a panna cotta! Try it 🙂