Within the famend city of Polignano a Mare, well-known for its picturesque views and enchanting sea, home “Isa Bella” was born.
The venture, created in collaboration with arch. Adriano Pasciuti, took form from the designs of a micro-architecture that, via the dividing ingredient of furnishings, is formally linked to the native conventional structure.
That is how this bookcase closet, enhanced by a floral wallpaper, winks at close by Mediterranean atmospheres; simply because the furnishings themselves, from Hay’s Mega Dot bedspread to Meitrei’s up to date paintings, take us again to a contemporary and refined environment wherein to spend nice sojourns.
The interiors are distinguished, then, by the softness of the nice and cozy tones of the partitions, in textured plaster, by the flooring in coccio pesto typical of the native custom, and by furnishings and lights that pay homage to made-in-Italy design, such because the Mariolina chair by Enzo Mari and the classic articulated wall lamp by Martinelli Luce.
The allure of a historic location and the elegant up to date environment make this residence a rare place to remain in Polignano’s historic middle.
Pictures by Pleroo Design Studio
Go to Pleroo Design Studio
– by Matt Watts