This lovely minimalist home is full of light and air thanks to the expansive windows in every room.
Welcome to our gallery featuring the stunning MP apartment, designed by Burnazzi Feltrin Architetti and Paolo Pegoretti Architetto.
This lovely home is located near Caldonazzo Lake in Italy, and is built to provide spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.
The landscaping surrounding the home is stunning, featuring ornamental gardens and aromatic orchards, aside from the view of the sparkling lake.
The apartment itself features three levels, plus a basement. The ground floor plays host to the main living area, an open-concept design that includes the living room, dining room, and kitchen, along with a bathroom.
The first floor contains the bedrooms, and the attic serves as an office and relaxation area.
The minimalist furniture and design’s inspiration comes from the apartment’s surroundings, including a woody forest and wide-open spaces. The home is filled with an airy sense of quiet contemplation, which is reflected in the uncluttered design and spacious rooms.
Organic and natural materials are featured throughout the home, including lime plaster and a heavy use of light oak.
Featured above is the ground floor dining room. To the right you can see the pin the home is designed around: a central column that features open shelving and fireplaces on two levels.
As you peruse this gallery, imagine yourself coming home to a space as light and airy as this apartment, with as much room to stretch and roam as you could ever need.
Keep in mind that a home can be minimalist and comfortable at the same time.
We hope you enjoy this gallery!
Photography by: Carlo Baroni
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Upon entry to the home, we are met with the open-concept ground floor living area, which features the living room, dining room, and kitchen. Seating in this space consists of a large, cozy sectional and a bean-bag type chair on the floor. The central feature of this space is the center column, which includes a fireplace.
As we move around the pillar to the left, we see a single butterfly chair near the end of the dining table. The whole of the ground floor is covered in windows and glass doors, allowing plenty of light into the home, and warmth in the winter. Lighting consists of long bars along the ceiling, sticking with the minimalist theme.
As we continue around the room, we enter the space designated for the dining room. The light wooden dining table and chairs match the wood flooring almost perfectly. Above the dining room are two pretty pendant lights in white.
From this angle we can see built-in firewood storage just around the corner from the fireplace. We can also see sets of stairs leading up and down.
The view from the kitchen looks into the dining room, and out of the windows ahead and to the right. We can also see additional bookshelves near the living room’s sectional.
A full view of the kitchen shows simple minimalist white lower cabinets, with no wall cabinets. To the left we can see the patio and wooden pergola. The kitchen island also has room for two at a breakfast bar.
Moving back into the living room, we take a final look back at the kitchen from next to the roaring enclosed fireplace.
The ground floor bathroom features a wet room that contains the commode behind a privacy screen. The sink consists of one long trough and two wall-mounted faucets.
The view of the stairs from the attic, showing the sleek light wood design and lack of bannisters. The nature of the staircase ensures that it isn’t going to take too much space.
We continue into the attic, which serves as an office and a relaxation area. The uncluttered nature of the design ensures that the space is never too oppressive to concentrate on work. Another fireplace is located on the central beam. Built-in bookcases act as a dividing wall between the office area and a relaxation area on the other side of the attic.
From this angle we can see the doors leading out onto a terrace, along with the relaxation area on the other side of the attic. Plush lounge furniture sits in the direct sunlight; a perfect place for an after-study nap.
Another door leads out onto a small covered patio with a great view of the surrounding landscape. All of the expansive windows in the home are fitted with privacy shades to keep out wandering eyes at night.
The master bedroom is as spacious as the other rooms in the home sand features bookshelves and minimalist storage in gray. Darker wood on the wall behind the bed serves as a subtle accent.
The master bathroom features a similar design to the downstairs bathroom, with the inclusion of a large soaking tub. The shower and commode are tucked into separate wet rooms, with a door leading out to a terrace.
From the upstairs terrace, we can look down on the ground-level patio, which includes an outdoor kitchen and soft cloth lounge chairs.
Our final look at this home is from the patio, which is sheltered from the eyes of neighbors by a pergola and tall hedges.
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