Italian design is some of the most bold and off the wall out there, with no fear of color, pattern, mixing and matching or all of the above mixed together. Simone Micheli is one Italian that took old age adages and applied them to new age ideals to make his small family home in Florence.
He gets real philosophical in the description of the single family unit, but essentially the residence was created on the concept of mobility and the removal of all things un-essential in a living space. It’s a clean and interesting space architecturally; and the colors, shapes and patterns all intermixed really allow for an inviting and comforting feel within the clean contemporary space.
Photos: Juergen Eheim