Showcasing an exemplary interior design culminating with a fascinating bathroom employing colors and texture of the natural world, the T House in Sant’Ambrogio, Milan, Italy, is a fortress of privacy and comfort. Imagined by international design studio Modourbano and Italian interior designer Takane Ezoe for an artist who loves the fluidity of open spaces, the T House project acts as a home, an art gallery and a studio. Seamless connections between the private areas of the house and the public ones suggest a relaxed, open-minded atmosphere.
“The studio was designed with specific characteristics such as being large, bright, comfortable, with the ability to hold meetings with employees and where the artist could move easily between works of great size, but at the same time simple and neutral where you can work without external interference. In the vicinity of the study we designed the gallery/exhibition space, connected to an archive where the client could store his work in a practical way.”
A contemporary kitchen invites guests to be not only fed, but also entertained and the free movement between spaces turns the whole house into an entertaining deck when needed. Flexibility can been seen at its best in the space configuration and furniture arrangement. Blessed with a mezzanine bedroom topping the former eighteenth century stable, this contemporary collection of semi-open spaces is truly an artist’s dream home in the heart of Milan.