Today we are going to show the ultimate apartment renovation by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa. The renovation was in a 19th-century building that has fairly won its title, is called “Another Venice“. The project was completed in 2017 and has extraordinary surroundings to Sestiere San Marco. What has really caught our eye in this interior design project were the outstanding lighting designs that add a high level of sophistication to this 450 square meters apartment.
The apartment represents the elegance and sophistication of Venice both in its architecture and interior design, that it’s possible to verify in the vertical architecture of the facades, in the structural elements and in the patterns featured throughout.
The living room is one of a kind since it appears to be a spot in transit with diaphragm-like dividers sculpted in shiny brass and glazed, green glass, separating the space without sacrificing a single beam of light.
The walls are beautifully in rich jewel tones or covered in graphic, geometric wallpapers. The parquet floor is just as elaborate as the walls, featuring a brown square design that seems to mirror the elaborate, architectural elements of the building itself.
The bathrooms are incredibly glamorous, boasting custom designed cabinets juxtaposed by sea-foam green walls and shrimpy pink floors.
Sinatra floor lamp will fit perfectly in this sophisticated room. Its structure is handmade in brass and the lampshades in aluminum with the possibility of having 1 to 3 moveable arms.
The bedrooms are definitely worthy of mention. The focus is on the millwork of the double doors and coffered ceilings. One of our favorite elements are the large, brass wardrobes that strike and art deco note of geometric design.
Most of the furnishings throughout the apartment were custom designed by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa and some statement pieces were crafted out of earthy eucalyptus wood and shiny brass.
Therefore, we can conclude that this apartment represents perfectly Venice characteristic in every single element present in this historic building.
Photos © Carola Ripamonti
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