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Smart simplicity

The house was conceived as open habitable spaces.

The social area completely integrates its diverse uses (living/dining/kitchen/terrace) and also integrates itself with the exterior.

The master bedroom, with a wonderful sea view, has an en-suite bathroom.

The materials chosen have a rustic quality (wood, stone, brown-grey natural colours) in order to reinforce the relationship between users and nature.

The villa has a lower terrace with living, dining, BBQ, pool and resting areas and an upper terrace with a solarium.

4 Floors, 4 different way to interpret the outdoors

Ground floor. The porch

First floor. The secret garden

Second floor. Traditional balcony

Attic. Inner outdoor


Quattro piani, quattro differenti relazioni con lo spazio esterno.

Al Piano terra il portico filtra lo spazio privato dalla strada pubblica.

Al primo piano l'appartamento principale con un giardino segreto sul retro del fabbricato.

Un secondo appartamento conserva una disposizione planimetrica più classica con l'affaccio sulla strada principale.

La mansarda, racchiusa su sè stessa, apre su un grande centrale libero e luminoso.

Casa del Teatro


The past of this house, with its heart of stone, with flying buttresses, with windows that cut through the walls, has remained imprinted on the walls. The project has preserved the soul of the house with the airy set of voids and solids. A large void opens in the wall between the living room and the bedroom, creating an unexpected introspection between the two rooms.

The living room has a high balcony overlooking the alleys of the historic city center. On the opposite side, the kitchen is simple and functional.

A small hallway leads to the bedroom and bathroom. The back wall of this space was colored turquoise and a small bench with a coat hanger was created.

The apartment has been furnished with pieces collected by the owner over the years. Pieces of design, contemporary art, local ceramics, ethnic artifacts, and classic furniture in a mix of original combinations.

In the blue - "Giu al Mulino" Suite

The space of an ancient watermill have been transformed. This ancient building is situated in Faiano on a hill that overlooks the plain of Salerno and the Mediterranean sea in the distance.

The project involved the restyling of the suite located on the mansard floor of the villa. The result combines color and art and it is my personal tribute to the beauty of color and the power of simplicity.  The colors (blue, white and turquoise) reflect the bright tones of the landscape for a room suspended between earth and sky. The space is simple and comfortable with the white painted wooden beams, the bed area and the table near the large balcony.

A plasterboard wall creates the space for an open wardrobe and hides a led strip that follows the inclined beam and illuminates the turquoise console made by old wooden furniture.

Art is the true protagonist: a painting by Bartolomeo Gatto is set on the bed set the tone for the entire room.

Outside the room, on a small loft, there is a comfortable corner bookshelf.

One house, many stories

One house, many stories. Stories suggested by objects and by furniture that have found a place after the renovation. Each object links to a particular historical period, a family person, a trip. Some furniture has been restored, while others have been painted to match the new mood of the house.

The apartment, with an area of about 70 square meters, is in Salerno, in a building not far from the sea. The project has defined a new layout creating the space for a large living area with an open kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a small laundry room.

The rooms are clear and bright, with a basic monochromatic scheme and blue in different shades. In the kitchen the De Maio tiles were chosen, typical of the Vietri tradition. The result is a relaxing space with a bright Mediterranean atmosphere.

Modern simple elegance


The entrance hall is a soaring space that set the tone for the interiors.

The spaces are infused with a modern updated look that result both functional and warm.


Old fashion style



An ancient building in the historical centre of Salerno.

A sequence of rooms with high painted ceilings and ceramic tiles.

The placement of the stair is a dramatic alteration to the home's traditional layout.


Where every centimetre counts


The trend of semplicity offer a design solution that maximizes the use of the available space.

This little apartment of 80 sqm includes a living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a laundry room.

White finishes provide great brightness, achieving a space expander effect,  and vivid colorful touches are added to bathrooms.




Timeless luxury


Two-room living is the heart of this home. A white wooden boiserie set the mode and a custom bookcase anchor the space and serve as a focal point.

An opulent bedroom with en-suite marble-coated bathroom.


White, grey and sea colours


A new residential complex by the sea.

White, grey and sea colours. A balance between traditional and contemporary style.


Un nuovo complesso residenziale in prossimità del mare.

Bianco, grigio ed i colori del mare. Fra tradizione e modernità.


Three level villa


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