Bartoli Design has created a new apartment in the heart of Brianza: a radical renovation project to make a comfortable housing solution of 210 m2 of elegant design, also featuring family heirlooms.


Lovers of good design and sports, the couple were looking for a luminous house, a place of family wellbeing.

The project by Bartoli Design provides a new configuration for the apartment, with zones that are open to each other.


A new loft has been inserted, straddling the daytime and nighttime zones: a welcoming relaxation area for the children, open to the view of the living area, and furnished with iconic Michetta velvet seating designed by Gaetano Pesce for Meritalia.

The loft offers a view of the diamond shape of the wool carpet in the living area created by Bartoli Design and custom-made by Kasthall, with a multidirectional divan at the center.

Below the white sheet-metal staircase of the loft, the graphic patterns of the Colour Wood tables in stained wood by Karimoku establish a dialogue with the geometric design of the wooden floor.

The living area opens onto the studio and the dining room: the space is subdivided and organized by white parallelepiped cabinets. Pieces of 1950s design – like the Cavalleto desk and the Luisa chair by Franco Albini – and antiques – like the table from England – coexist with contemporary design products from Bonaldo, LaurameroniBocci.

The kitchen made to measure in white Kerlite and turquoise enameled lavic stone stands out for the classic table designed by Eero Saarinen, the oak chairs by Karimoku and the Ducale suspension lamp in blown glass by Artemide.


The bedroom zone for the children is furnished with custom wardrobes with climbing grips used as handles, and with design pieces by Kristalia and Sagsa.

The master bedroom features a custom wardrobe with a niche in burnished brass, and a back in orange fabric, a design from 1913 by Josef Hoffmann that forms a visual backdrop when one enters the apartment.

In the bathroom connected to the bedroom the suspended washstand in Corian by antoniolupi is joined by Flaminia fixtures and a radiator by Antrax It.


Many of the dividers have been made as decor elements designed by the architects.


The white dominant is combined with a range of very sophisticated hues and treatments.