Sacchini House 08
Milan _ Italiy
Liberty flat of the early twentieth century of the Milanese upper middle class where, together with other architectural elements, important stuccoes have been recovered on the walls and especially on the ceilings.
The contemporary and heterogeneous furniture has a slightly irreverent style and taste compared to the architectural box. Despite the difficulty of intervening structurally and systemically in such an ancient house, the house is technologically advanced, totally wired with a new generation “home automation” system in order to manage all its functions remotely.
Much importance has been given to artificial lighting which has been organised with carefully studied lighting scenes, with volumes of light and dynamic colour changes that follow the suggestions of the user. Custom lighting solutions have been adopted to highlight particular architectural elements such as the insertion of new red mosaic columns whose upper part is highlighted by a “crown” of monochromatic yellow light.