Renovated Apartment In Pisa Gets A Contemporary Simplified Look

It’s very common for renovation projects to have as a goal the simplification of the current interior design. As it turns out, more modern means more simple. The apartment we want to present you today is located in Pisa. It has been renovated and the project started in 2011 and was completed in 2013. It was a major renovation and lots of drastic changes were made.

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The apartment is situated in a building from the 1960s. The layout is characteristic to such old apartments and it reflects its age. The day and night zones are separate and a clear distinction exists between the two. The renovation aimed mainly at simplifying the space and making it more suitable for a modern lifestyle. The interior design is very accurate and simple, typical to modern homes.

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Part of the renovation was the introduction of a block structure which includes the kitchen area and hidden service spaces. The kitchen thus became a part of the living room and it shares an open floor plan with the dining area as well.

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The transition between the areas is smooth but there’s a clean visual separation between them as well. To emphasize the simplicity of the interior design, a neutral color palette was used. It includes shades of gray along with white, black and dark wood.{found on behance}.