Italian design group Riccardo Mazzoni Architettura redesigned and renovated a classic space from the 1950's to create the Amaranth House. By redistributing space, the designers created a more functional and modern apartment. With two main focal points: a walk-in closet and opening two full height passages. The walk-in closet connects the bedroom to the living room with a colorful design and satin reflections. The two passages were previously in the space, but not large enough to be used.
Opened up with added large oak panels, the passages are now usable doors. An updated kitchen, new floors and a large built-in shelving unit, the Amaranth House is transformed into a one of kind apartment.
Image Credit: Riccardo Mazzoni Architettura, Architizer
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- By: Madison MackayFeb 23, 2018