Jacopo Mascheroni Architects have designed this modern minimalist como loft interior design located in Milan, Italy. This como loft was an old monastery which has been remodelled and converted into a residential complex, two adjacent units have been connected to form this duplex apartment. The use of white, the Canadian maple for the hardwood floors and the use of indirect lighting underneath the walls give the place and extent counteract the lack of windows.
The main idea of this como loft was to keep the shell intact, maintaining the entire length of the unit open and invading the space minimally. The result is the insertion of an enclosed box on one side containing a small bedroom and two bathrooms, which leaves to an open space the main functions of the home. The main entry to this modern minimalist como loft is a very small foyer which creates a sense of compression before entering the main gallery, where the living spaces, kitchen, dining and living, are separated from the master bedroom by a lacquered block.
The staircase is the characteristic element in the main space, which is an assembled steel beam with open treads made by a cantilever steel plate covered in wood. Glacier white Corian is used for counter tops and sinks in the kitchen, laundry room and bathrooms, for the bath-tub, showers and parts of the bathroom walls. The house is fully automated and is managed by a server located in the studio on the second level.
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