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Interior Tales

 

Author:

Andrea Di Nezio

 

Cross Design Trend:

Reverb

 

Born in Sansepolcro (Ar), on the August 6th 1991, he is graduated in Building Engineering and Architecture from the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Always looking for new experiences he takes part in the Erasmus program, spending a semester at the University San Pablo CEU in Madrid. In 2015 he is one of the team leaders from Tor Vergata for the international competition Solar Decathlon, experience that gives him the chance to design and build a solar-powered house
in the United States.

Right after the graduation in 2016, he works four months in Madrid for the architectural office b720, gaining experience in the executive design and construction details drawings.

Licensed as a professional engineer, he is carrying on his personal research by taking part in several design competitions.







Nothing is more original, nothing more oneself, than to feed on others. But one must digest them. The lion is made of assimilated lamb. -Paul Valéry-

Create something new by looking at the past. Centuries of art and history to draw upon; there is no right nor wrong.
With this in mind Reverb was the only reasonable choice. A reverb of no particular nor specific period, a reverb of an idea of simplicity made up of the complexity of patterns and decoration.
The space is clear, legible, almost minimalist one could say; yet it is articulate and defined by the illogical repetition of the chosen tiles: a pattern with no rules, an ornament with no directions.

The furniture adorns the interior with the elegant and warm nordic design or the refined materiality of the roman-inspired golden objects.

The two main spaces are divided by a neutral passage that blends together the different atmospheres.







ELAPSE – DOMINO
ELAPSE – OYSTER
ELAPSE – KALEIDO
ANIMA – GRAPHITE
INNER – TANGRAM
TRACE – MINT DECÒ
TRACE – ALLUMINA