studio marco piva completes interior for zaha hadid's citylife build
studio marco piva completes interior for zaha hadid's citylife build studio marco piva completes interior for zaha hadid's citylife build
jul 20, 2014

studio marco piva completes interior for zaha hadid's citylife build


overlooking the public park at the center of milan’s citylife development, studio marco piva has completed the interiors of a private residential apartment in zaha hadid‘s apartment complex. the simple and functional design achieves a sophisticated and elegant finish, rich in details that emphasize the exclusivity of the overall project. working closely with the client, the design team undertook a careful chromatic research, selecting contemporary but not invasive colors that would not lose appeal over time.

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an external terrace offers views across the citylife site
all images courtesy of studio marco piva

the entrance corridor leads guests inside the home

lighting hung from the ceiling of the living room

open plan living accommodation

warm tones help establish an inviting and hospitable atmosphere

the kitchen of the apartment unit

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both the bedroom and bathroom are brightly lit



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