This residence in Monaco is a recent interior completed by Federico Delrosso. The main focus of this interior is to accommodate different generations of inhabitants. The stairs became a main focus in order to connect the three levels, which were separate apartments existing within the building.
The first floor was developed for the children, while the second floor was targeted toward the parents, and the third for the entire family. The architects described the construction as a reverse vertical development, with the entrance on the top floor, and the private spaces in the lower areas.
I love the grey oak used throughout the home to promote a sense of warm ambiance and a natural appearance. The loft like structure also adds character to the minimalist interior. Zebrano was used throughout the space for the furniture, doors, and partitions.