This renovation by prestigious Federico Delrosso Architects is of a large flat on the 14th floor of a 1960s building in Monte Carlo. The family of four who love art and contemporary design gave a free hand to the architects to modernise and to create the ideal setting for the passions and daily life of the family. Federico tells us that only the outer walls and external window frames have remained of the original flat. After completely eliminating the original partitions of the space, he then created new volumes and diversified the different areas of the flat using a continuous system of cupboards into which, not only the functional volumes have been built, but also the floor to ceiling doors used to access the various rooms. Meanwhile, the audio and lighting systems have been built into the ceiling”. The continuity of spaces and walls creates an almost maze-like version of the new home, which ends in a large living area overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. As you can see for yourselves he has created a warm and modern home with an innumerable amount of details and an excellent colour scheme.
Photo credits: Luca De Santis
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