The Como Lake Resort is a peaceful and beautiful place one can find in Laglio,Italy. Overlooking Lake Como, it provides the most wonderful background and a lovely landscape which can be admired both from inside the modern apartments or from the numerous outdoor decks and terraces. The Poliform Projects team is responsible for the interior design. They used a contemporary concept throughout, focusing on simplicity and comfort. In the living room, the full height windows and sliding glass doors provide most of the light while a series of small pendants and lamps tucked in corners offer additional artificial lighting when needed.
The room is furnished with a Skip modular wall console by Studio Kairos, a piece meant to be very versatile and flexible allowing multiple configurations for a personalized living space. A square Tribeca coffee table is placed at the center and all the seating modules are arranged around it. The table features an interesting combination of materials, with a metal structure and a marble top.
A pair of Santa Monica armchairs with comfortable fabric upholstery complement the sofa and complete the room. Their casual design sets a relaxed mood emphasized with the neutral but warm color palette and the strategically positioned light fixtures.
The living area connects to a covered deck through sliding doors. Out here, one can relax and admire the surroundings while lounging in one of the Ipanema armchairs thanks to the comfortable design featuring a solid oak frame and a fabric seat cushion.
The dining area is linked to the living space and they share an open floor plan. Here the team used a Concorde table with a sculptural frame and a sleek and elegant glass top. A series of Grace armchairs and fabric chairs are placed around the table coordinating with each other and with the furniture used in the living area.
The kitchen is simple and modern. It’s a long and narrow space with counters, storage and appliances built into parallel wall units. The Artex kitchen island has a simple and natural aesthetic and the Ics bar stools are a lovely choice in this case, complementing the space beautifully with their versatile design.
The same simplicity and attention to detail is expressed in the bedrooms as well. The Dream bed features a fabric headboard made of several panels which extends to incorporate the nightstands as well.
A large framed mirror leaning casually on the wall serves as both a functional and aesthetic accessory. Behind it is the Senzafine sectional wardrobe, tucked in a nook at the end of a small hallway. It incorporates all the storage the room needs.
The second bedroom is furnished with a Jacqueline double bed, with an upholstered frame and headboard and a modern and simple design which suits the space. A Flute coffee table serves here as a nightstand and it’s complemented by a second coffee table. The Cheese coffee table doubles as a stool.
A minimalist New Entry wardrobe with sliding doors offers storage and hides a multipurpose feature which can be used as a desk or vanity. It covers an entire wall but it allows multiple configurations, revealing the needed featured as desired.