The interior designer Matteo Berzioli, tenant of the new Appartamento, wanted to create a setting that would allow full enjoyment of the domestic spaces, whether with family or with friends, through a design that revolves around the people who live in the flat and their relationships. Simple, suspended lines, luminosity and balance for an anchored overall vision of the domestic environment.
We asked our Tenant to tell us about the interior design a few days before the official opening.
Other than the practical requirements—the flat needed to have three bedrooms and two bathrooms—my dream was to have a large, comfortable living room and kitchen area, to be enjoyed with family and with friends. The design therefore entailed an open space area with an open kitchen/living room, using the lightness offered by suspended Pokerbeb furnishings, which make it so the floor of the entire living room is always visible. I chose a minimalist style that combines Pokerbeb furniture—with lots of hidden storage components—with a few design icons from the 1960s.
The architecture of the flat is very rationalist and minimal, with large windows and glass parapets. The latter is the recurring element that unites the architecture of the flat with Pokerbeb design. Making the whole harmonious and spacious.
Pokerbeb is the mouthpiece for the design of relations, which is why I feel that I have found the perfect ally for putting new ideas into circulation, discovering unknown businesses and launching interesting collaborations.
Curiosity, satisfaction, beauty.
I would like to design a single-family villa and offices in the centre of Milan.
We would like to thank Pokerbeb STORE MILAN.