In the lively Isola quarter in Milan a new Pokerbeb design contemporary B&B with essential and distinctive features.
In the lively Isola quarter, among the courtyard houses with their distinctive traditional balconies, the Art Nouveau buildings and Milanese Rationalist architecture, a small flat with unusual exposed masonry arches.
The flat, distinguished for its industrial forms and materials, is a double-height space with a contemporary loft bedroom.
The communicating kitchen and living room are highlighted by large opposing windows that let the light flow through the space. The Air table plays on these contrasts, with its tempered glass legs and weighty Wildwood surface. The kitchen is further embellished by a Steps stool: an environmentally conscious chair made of strips of industrial felt stretched over an aluminium frame.
Plays of light also distinguish the living room, thanks to its white lacquered 36e8 glass wall unit and free composition, which fill the space with reflections and dynamic forms.
The loft and suspended glass stair offer a preview of the leitmotif of the bedroom: lightness and suspension. A theme expressed with a Fluttua bed, which opens up in an arabesque of peerless aplomb.
The marriage between contemporary Pokerbeb design, terse architecture and a plan centred on the entire volume of the space give respite to this small space, making the most of its distinctive features.