Thursday, 10 October 2013

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

I came accross them again going through my bookmarks for future post ideas, and since you seemed to enjoy my previous post, I thought you would also like to see these gorgeous images by Max Zambelli. He photographed this stunning industrial space designed by Paola Navone in Spello, Italy. Originally from Turin, Paola Navone is an architect, interior designer and art director. 

This 17th century factory was successfully turned into a 500 sqm open plan apartment. It is full of ideas to keep your creative juices inspired. There are so many details that I love in this home! I love the industrial features, the contrast between the massive rustic beams & the sleek fireplace, the 10 metre high ceilings. The re-use theme that reappears throughout, from reclaimed wood, to up-cycled pieces of furniture. Finally, the cement floor tiles make it just perfect, in particular the clever transition with the hexagonal Moroccan cement floor tiles and the wooden floors.



{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone


{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone


{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone

{Interior} Old factory converted to industrial home in Spello by Paola Navone
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If you are wondering about that sofa it is designed by Paola Navone for Linteloo.

2 comments:

  1. Just love the floor treatment. Seen it somewhere before in designboom! Amazing!

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  2. I love these floor tiles also. Check out my other posts on floor tiles and let me know what you think.

    http://rueduchatquipeche.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/hexagonal-floor-tiles-for-italian.html

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I'd love to hear what you think

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