Bohemian house in Como
An apartment located inside a seventeenth-century convent overlooking Lake Como, totally renovated in terms of spaces and materials.
The kitchen has been moved into the large windowed hallway that served as an entrance, equipped with a small balcony overlooking the lake.
The house has been distributed with the living area and the two bedrooms opening onto the lake, while the bathrooms look towards the internal side.
From the coverings to the furniture, the apartment combines elements of contemporary design and modern art with materials typical of the areas where the owners have lived.
The parquet laid in an Italian herringbone pattern and the half-height boiserie in the living area warm up the rooms and solidify the link with the origins of the building, adding a classic touch.
The ceiling stuccoes have been recreated, while all the internal doors have been restored and recovered.