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Nomade Architettura, the Hygge apartment in the Torre Solaria



Located in the heart of the innovative Porta Nuova area in Milan, Torre Solaria is the tallest residential building in Italy standing 143 meters and the prestigious building where Nomade Architettura designed an apartment for a young professional couple who wanted a “hygge” home, with a warm and contemporary style.

The entrance opens into a small hallway that leads to the living area, where an open kitchen facing the space and natural light is the absolute hero throughout the entire apartment, which benefits from a truly unique view of the city.

The warm finishes of the interiors combine with functionality: the architects chose warm oak wood, played with brass and black iron details, and added a luxurious touch with the Calacatta marble used both for the kitchen, and the countertop island which connects the spaces; most of the furniture was custom.

The night areas are composed of two bedrooms and two bathrooms which are connected by a large and bright wooden walk-in closet, a mirror, and iron designed details.

The master bedroom has a splendid outside view and here again the wood is the protagonist of the space, while for the master bathroom, the design combines Calacatta Corchia marble and resin, and places a large bathtub under the window; in addition, the Altamarea marble and wood washbasin create an interesting contrast with the surroundings.

The second bedroom plays with shades of antique pink and dove gray, which go very well with the golden details of the bathroom connected to it, covered in Vagli Oro; another small bathroom is located at the entrance, for which we choose resin and Bardiglio combined to create an elegant and informal look.