It is located a few steps from the Cathedral of Lucca, within the ancient walls of a XNUMXth century building, theapartment old renovated and "re-edited" by the designers Marco Vincenzi e Andrea Caturegli in the name of polite respect for origins in a contemporary key.
A recovery job, then, that at the same time never fails to impress with exploits completely original and unpublished.
Scenic and suggestive, romantic and evocative. They are the sinuous hills of Tuscany, and in particular, those of the Lucca area, the stage of this intimate house whose kitchen and dining rooms were designed by Studiòvo. Modernity and essentiality the guidelines followed by designers Marco Vincenzi and Andrea Caturegli, who have called on the leadership of natural materials such as oak wood combined with light colors and bright.
Looking to the past, recovering the purity and authenticity of primitive forms without giving up the richness of contents and meanings hidden in every object, in every place, in every story. It is precisely from the pages of ancient history manuals that the designers of Studiòvo Marco Vincenzi and Andrea Caturegli, in collaboration with the architect Paul Frello, Drew to form, and name, to Armille, scenic and ethereal suspension interiors made for Lucca Martinelli Luce.
Telling the life and the stories unfolded in the streets, alleys and squares that each of us walks through every day. Reflect the soul and body of an entire metropolis, starting from its simple plan.
Who starred in the thirties of the masterpiece chapleriano City Lights, the city becomes in effect muse, and raw material for the creative work of designers Marco Vincenzi and Andrea Caturegli.