client: dei cavalieri collection
focus: architecture, interior design, architectural lighting design, product design, creative direction
the square milano duomo. hotel four stars superior.
the interior design has been envisioned as a great palette of warm tones, following inspirations by cutting almost cinematic, with traits reminding to the picture 'tea in the desert', where colors and lights are performing emotions.
a color base has been used which ranges from earthy colors, brown, beige, to black night; woods with defined contrasting colors, wengè and oak, tints ranging from cream to white, polished brass inlays and delicate details, texture, with clear floral sign, always linked to the main chromatic space.
so here's a moquette carpet rug with brown, beige and orange: a sign, hardly a step, which accompanies the interlocutor, the customer, to the rooms, in a private space to rest and relax. white or yellow ocher marble clad bathrooms.
an invisible light and quite soft, gentle and welcoming, conceived as a set of points, a starry sky, which accompanies and surrounds. a light never vulgar, almost mysterious, which creates overtones sometimes golden, where the attention to the environmental awareness and to the visual comfort is the key.
design leads: andrea castejon + centropolis design
tech leads: centropolis design vet + centropolis design lux
project management: edoardo zarattoni
design: andrea castejon
partners: graniti fiandre, kvadrat, viabizzuno, vescom, afa arredamenti, dornbracht