Casa #A404 is a contemporary minimalist house situated in Palermo, Italy, designed in 2022 by Studio Didea.
Refined and up to date atmospheres, a welcoming house that makes each nook of the home useful.
It’s from this request of the purchasers, a younger couple, that the Didea studio designed the house of about 90 sq. meters. on the mezzanine flooring of a multi-story constructing, with double entry, from the doorway corridor of the constructing and straight from the road.
The dwelling space, designed within the portion of the constructing that overlooks the non-public entry, is characterised by the nice and cozy tones of pure oak, grey resin but additionally heat white which, conforming to the colour of the paint on the partitions and ceilings, provides brightness and on the similar time it harmonizes the encircling chromes, accentuating the class of the area.
The doorway from the hallway is designed as a secondary entrance that enables direct entry to the hallway between the dwelling space and the sleeping space, in order to have the likelihood to go on to the sleeping space.
The masonry envelope, coated with a heat white compact paint, along with the lacquered wooden parts, make welcoming areas snug and homogeneous. Within the small areas of the bogs, the main points of the oak furnishings spotlight the distinction with the resin field.
Images by Peter Molloy
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– by Matt Watts