Home Renovation Fuses Historic Italian With Clean Modern Lines in Rome

by , 10/06/11

home renovation, green renovation, italian architecture, modern italian architecture, carola vannini, rome apartments, green interiors

Located in Rome, Italy, this interior home renovation by architect Carola Vannini included the complete reorganization of spaces, as well as the design of new furniture and lighting. The project focused on bringing light into the dim spaces without altering the the structural elements of the building, and each room integrates light flooring, clean finishes and simple, yet modern decor. The project’s purpose was to create a balance between the rustic, ancient structure and the modern style sought out by the clients.

+ Carola Vannini

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  1. Green Joy October 6, 2011 at 11:13 am

    This is such a great design because it implements a simple yet elegant design. Clean lines and bright colors are very reminiscent of a natural design. It’s nice to see that more and more designers are using more sustainable features such as natural lighting, instead of relying on fixtures.

    Do you know of any more designers who create in this same style?

    Juan Miguel Ruiz (Going Green)

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