Clean spaces, parallel lines that lead the eye toward very specific viewpoints. Natural materials that intersect with each other perfectly, as a texture: wood, natural stone, porcelain tile and slate. This is the project of interior design SG House by Michelangelo Olivieri, for m12AD who, in Corato (near Bari), has created the interior space with a action of cabinet making decorated with inlays.
in addition to
being decorative, serve as a space dividers while contain functional elements as the appliances.
This project is significant for its seamless spaces and ingenious cabinet making. Michelangelo Olivieri has conceived walls as containing spaces, in order to achieve greater purity. The kitchen presents well-defined volumes and cabinets which include all the structural elements, such as household appliances and kitchen tools, in a white and black palette that blends with the wood shades. The living room has a wall system in polish lacquered MDF with doors and champagne colored open units in enameled metal. The wall system is based on a cladding in natural stone.The extendible table is designed by m12 AD and made of Bumrese Teak wood.
In the bedroom every element,
from the backlit lambris that serves as a headboard to the bed structure up to the cabinets, was specially designed by Michelangelo Olivieri and made of brushed and lacquered oak wood. Also the bathroom solutions are custom made: the wall covering is in black slate and the furnishings in stone and wood.