After we first featured the work of Studio Strato again in 2018 (right here) and 2019 (right here), I used to be taken by their comfortable and muted however nonetheless surprising use of shade all through rooms: pale greens and pinks, rust and grey-blue. Now, a couple of years later, they’ve taken the saturation up a notch.
The newest of the studio’s reworked interiors was despatched to us by Vincenzo Tattolo, one half, with Martino Fraschetti, of the Rome-based agency. Malaquite Home has the distinct really feel of an ethereal, brightly coloured European summer season home—regardless that it’s a petite top-floor, two-bedroom residence within the coronary heart of Rome. (One aspect of the flat seems to be out on the Basilica de San Giovanni in Laterano; the opposite, the Colosseum.)
Check out the playful, daring interiors, redone for a household of 4 and their canine, with colourful ceilings and intelligent paint tips, striped flooring, and archways that really feel straight out of an Italian villa.
Pictures courtesy of Studio Strato.
Above: The householders—a pair with two youngsters—tasked Tattolo and Freschetti with making a playful, shiny house paying homage to trip. Mission achieved, with white archways and parquet flooring painted over in daring blue and gray. Notice the stripe of pink paint continued from the built-in bookshelf across the entrance door, baseboards, and an uncovered, unpainted patch of parquet. Above: The residing space contains a lofted mattress and a built-in lounge, including to the resort-like really feel. The ceiling is finished in what the architects name “Tivoli blue.” Above: Via an archway to the eating space, laid with terra cotta flooring.