Our exclusive projects

A villa inspired by the horizon

A villa overlooking the coast south of Sidney from a high promontory. On the one hand, the Pacific Ocean and the flat line of the horizon. On the other, the green of the Australian countryside. Designed by architects Philip Thalis and Laura Harding, the villa was named the 2019 House of the Year by Habitus magazine.

The architecture is modern, with an essential aspect that minimizes its impact on the landscape. The materials combine modernity and tradition: the concrete walls are heated by ancient oak floors.

The interior also reflects this philosophy. In the living area, where huge windows overlook the sea, there is a dining room, living room and kitchen, with refined and elegant design furnishings. The same style is also found in the sleeping area, overlooking the palm trees of the internal garden and the countryside behind.

A designer apartment for two to live in

An attic in Brianza becomes the elegant and comfortable home of a couple, summarizing their personality, professionalism and passions. It is no coincidence that the name given to the project by the architects of AIM is Ikigai, a Japanese word that sums up the intersection between what we are, what we do and what we love.

Japan is also an inspiration for aesthetics, with clean lines and sensual shapes. In the living area, freestanding furniture and designer design dominate, of which the couple is passionate. Wood paneling in dark shades enhance the lighter furnishings and give a unique character to the rooms.

A long corridor with a continuous wardrobe leads to the sleeping area. It contains the clothes and accessories of those who deal with fashion by trade, thus bringing together functionality and aesthetics, practical needs and atmosphere.

The office of the future: flexible and with a high identity

Taking care of the offices of Digital Entity, a global network of design studios, meant first of all reflecting on how people work now and how they will work in the future. The possibility of working remotely and with flexible times has in fact transformed the workplace into a space for relationships, opportunities and sharing where informal and meeting places are increasingly important.

A flexibility that is expressed through reconfigurable furnishings capable of transforming themselves according to needs, while materials, lights and furnishing components are the elements that give life to spaces where it becomes pleasant to spend time. Here then are lounge areas with carpet, table, sofas and armchairs; informal meeting rooms with high table and support kitchen; boxes that protect the privacy of work groups and calls; reserved wardrobes, velvet curtains, woven fabrics and metal frames to filter open spaces and individual workstations; writable walls that become work tools.

A project that shapes a new world of work, in which employees experience the same freedom of expression that they promise their customers.

Spotti Milano

Viale Piave 27, Milan
Tel +39 02 781953

Kitchen Studio

Viale Piave 27, Milan
Tel +39 02 781953

Valcucine Milano Brera

C.so Garibaldi 99, Milan
Tel +39 02 6597588

Saba by Spotti

Viale Piave 4, Milan

Tel +39 02 76024349

Fast Milano

Via Cesare Battisti 1, Milan

Tel +39 02 25565227


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