The Tiziana Serretta Milan Home provides a rock-hard contemporary design. Serretta, an Italian entrepreneur, says that her latest project is "in the groove of interior design and the research of unexplored concepts and new extraordinary materials." The project is much reflective of her 230-square meter apartment.
The rocky interior is made up of custom-made walls that mix materials such as chalk, resin, cement powder, chromatic pigments and other non-hazardous plastics. The rocky walls provide hard surfaces with intricate patterns. This effectively creates a space resembling both the prehistoric and the contemporary design; it is a futuristic cave.
The entire space is open concept, with the exception of the enclosed restrooms. A look at this home can provide a little incite into the future of home design.
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