Modern home design on last several years always has a significant and extreme idea for interior lighting, so there are a lot of modern home that designed with a huge lights and have extreme brightness. Natural lighting become popular since a trend of eco-fiendly house on several last years. Such as this awesome building of Marco Balestri House, designed by Simone Micheli, is located in the new urban district of Lambrate – in Milan – and it is one of the most important interventions of regeneration of the area, that has been characterized in last years by vitality and great development.
Optimizing the lights can create this house into an open space in which lively spirit and the desire of meeting friends merge together the intimacy of places with the flexibility of a reality that is always changing. The architect, Simone Micheli wanted to give birth to an energetic space that is able to tell and receive needs and habits of who is living and using it.
At the living area, there are several furniture of geometric shape, table and container furniture of IT-IS Gruppo Euromobil Collection, designed by Simone Micheli, complete the house, giving birth to a space in continuous definition, where nothing is static.
I love this modern home design, objects and surfaces, free from their traditional functions, are settled in the space in new ways, showing their primary scope. The architect has an brilliant way in choosing the materials, the use of materials and furniture of pure and essential shapes – focused on creating a different dimension out of social conventions – is a forward step to underline the importance of quality of living and of freedom of ways of life.
Kitchen become one of important place in modern home design, with a lot of activities can be do on this place, a loft is above the kitchen area, creating an intimate, but full of light with white painting ideas and large window, place of relax and from which you can enter in upper floor composed by bedrooms and bath area.
Spaces of the second floor follow the same logic of functionality and no conventions of the first floor, becoming softer and more comfortable as you move to bedrooms. The three-dimensionality of bath breaks traditional stereotypes, recreating itself starting from real needs of contemporary human beings. Essential and geometric red columns characterized the spaces of the house and they contribute to expand its uniqueness.