A project able to relate at best with the beautiful setting, bringing the sinuosity of the waves of Lake Garda inside a villa. The right ratio between dynamism and hospitality.
“The construction of a single villa, located a few steps from the shore of Lake Garda, is an unmissable opportunity to do something really special. The staff of Devincenti Multiliving has been able to exploit it to the fullest, completing a project capable of breaking down all the boundaries between inside and outside, making the house a unique place, with surprising environments, in perfect symbiosis with the external context. The splendid view over which the building overlooks, able to embrace the lake in all its length, is emphasized by large windows and the sinuosity of the roof that recalls the feeling of dynamism given by the movement of the water.
The project devised by the interior designers of Devincenti Multiliving enhances this feature by obtaining, through a series of accurate choices, the right ratio between the dynamism inspired by the context and the need for a modern living, suitable both for conviviality, privacy and intimacy. To reinforce the feeling of naturalness, we managed an accurate use of natural materials such as wood, marble and leather, whose surfaces are treated and put together with the right balance. The spaces are therefore designed in continuity with the exterior and equipped with captivating, customized and functional solutions, capable of great flexibility. On the ground floor there are large surfaces for living and kitchen, in direct contact with the garden and the lake shore, enriched by contrasting colour elements with the warm and welcoming background of the walls and floors. The sleeping area, on the first floor, is intimate and elegant without losing functionality, also sought through the attention to details. To connect the floors there’s a surprising staircase, with a walkway that dominates a double height volume on the living room, made with a backlit iron side wall and a steel railing with wire mesh, inspired by fishing nets, to underline once again the close relationship between residence and context desired by designers and clients. “