5 Simply Amazing Italian Residences

Five contemporary Italian residences with tradition at the helm. 1. Sergio Fiorentino's Home by +CStudio Architetti Artist and sculptor Sergio Fiorentino enlisted +CStudio Architetti principal Massimo Carnemolla to design his Noto live-work space—a stunning study in simplicity. With no barriers dividing the living and working zones, Carnemolla installed a 175-square-foot sleeping loft, complete with credenza, wall-mounted cabinets, armchairs, and colorful 1950's pendant fixtures. 2. Duplex Apartment by Tissellistudioarchitetti Tissellistudioarchitetti’s Filippo Tisselli brightened this Cesana duplex by removing nonstructural walls, adding new doorways, and inserting a skylight. There's not a conventional door or armoire to be found—rather, a system of white-lacquered cedar cylinder panels slide to reveal shelves, appliances, counter space, and storage. 3. Live-Work Space by Antonio Giuseppe Martiniello In the ...

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Gifts lay ready for unwrapping in Virginia Toledo's design in Paramus, NJ. Photography by Jacob Snavely.  DIFFA’s second annual Windows ...