The architects took out many of the walls in the ground floor area, making the space airy and open. The living room extends out into an open-air space through the use of two massive revolving doors. This is how the Voila House got its name.
This is another rather small living room with an interior based on strong and striking contrasts. Pattern also plays an important role in this case and was used to create focal points throughout the room. The wooden staircase adds color but it also maintains the simplicity of the decor with the glass handrail.
And in case you want to work a bit, there is even a small home-office component in the back – a folding table and extra chair for sitting and working while everyone else takes a load off around you. Colorful and cool, these designs from Boxetti always seem to push the limits of space-age style, maximize modularity and make use of the smallest possible spaces.
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