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Italian industrial (loft) style with Paola Navone

Paola Navone is, as you already might know one of my favorite designers out there, and she finally took over this project though she does not work on private homes. Who wonders?

Two centuries ago this warehouse located in Umbria, Italia used to be a silkworm farm, and then later a tobacco drying plant. It went under some serious makeover to be that stunning living space that it is today.

What I particularly like about this home, is the use of the ceramic tiles in the living area, bath and kitchen (last pic). And then there is this XXL white sofa from Gervasoni…

Uno de mis diseñadoras preferidas es Paola Navone como ya había comentado alguna vez. Ella es la artífice de este proyecto aunque no suele trabajar en proyectos particulares. ¿Pero a quién le sorprende?

Este almacén situado en Umbria, Italia fue hace dos décadas un criadero de gusanos de seda y después una nave de secado de tabaco.Hicieron falta una reformas de mayor envergadura para conseguir la maravillosa casa que representa hoy en día.

Lo que me gusta de esta casa es como se integra la cerámica en el salón, baño y cocina (última imagen). Y luego me tiene enamorada este sofá blanco de Gervasoni…

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Update: What a nice surprise! I just read the Elle Decoration UK issue from April during lunch, and there you will find an article with beautiful images of the entire project.

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