Kind Houses / Maurizia Cacciatori
“Being there for your team, rain or shine: kindness is respect for the people around you”.
Starting with listening to her kind spirit, we designed a modern chalet with interiors that reflect the calm, determined character of Maurizia Cacciatori, star athlete of Italian women’s volleyball. Using our timeless, modular design we created modern interiors for this mountain chalet with an original twist on alpine style.
It is a special retreat for relaxing and regenerating nestled in the silence of the mountain. A setting characterised by clean, geometric lines, pastel hues and strong finishes that create a profound relationship with the surrounding landscape.
The beating heart of this 150-sq m home is the day area, where a single visual language creates continuity and emotional dialogue between the dining room, living room and kitchen. Devoted to rest and sharing, the living room and dining room are fluid spaces made light and tranquil by furnishings suspended on tempered glass and the lines of the LagoLinea system running along the walls. The round Wildwood table lends warmth to the space, its old soul evoking the welcoming atmosphere typical of chalets. The table is complemented by Pletra chairs, which feature a play of two colours that picks up the hues of both the suspended sideboard and the natural landscape.
The same warmth and play of colour and suspension also defines the kitchen area. Here, balanced between calm, essential lines and old wood, which lends the space a warm, familiar feeling, the 36e8 kitchen was built around the act of cooking, with a large suspended counter and a spacious, practical—and almost invisible—36e8 Column pantry.
The space is completed by another round Air table, this time in glass, inviting socialising, and a LagoLinea shelf, which runs lightly along the cement wall, creating geometric motifs in delicate pastel hues that are then picked up in the dynamic volumes of the sideboard.
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