Loft design in Milan with dark black metals
Dark black metals
Envisioned by Silvio Stefani in collaboration with furniture manufacturer Minacciolo, this loft is Milan, Italy, does numerous great things with dark, industrial metals. The colour palette is completely of dark black metals (both matte and shiny) and greenish grays, like the grey concrete floor, and timber (both burnt black and natural). It’s brawny and mysterious, dark and bright, airy and substantial.
Other design highlights range from the Natural Skin wooden storage space device while the Mina island that is multi-functional. Natural Skin is characterized by lean, geometric and lines that are minimal whereas the Minà line shows more references to tradition. Two designs that are different able to coexist in perfect harmony.
Every room in the loft has another detail that is imaginative mixes metal with a deep, dark grey or black. Moobs of Mammut extractor hoods stand their ground into the kitchen. Most home hoods are hard not to notice; these are impossible not to note. The Frame table by Minacciolo, within the dining space, has by a wood that is solid and a glazed steel top that goes great with the chandelier above, made from real pots. Right here the metal, kept to its natural shine that is silver seems almost bare.
The consistency of the wood managed with a specific procedure, plus the smoothness of the metal, merge together to create the balance that is perfect.
The metal that is black colored and the burnt wood merge together to create scenographic environments with a sculptural impact. The spaces are open and dynamic and receive praise that is much thanks to the flexibility of the possible designs.