Villa E

Villa E

Location
Genève, Switzerland | View Map
Project Year
2016
Category
Private Houses
Jelena Ka, WingsofCreativity
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
LightsFlos
Tiles (floorsand wall)Mutina
Sanitary furnitureRoca
Sanitary furnitureLaufen
Sanitary furnitureFantini
KitchenArrital Cucine - Y. G. Salpeter

Product Spec Sheet
Lights
AIM by Flos
Tiles (floorsand wall)
Sanitary furniture
by Roca
Sanitary furniture
by Laufen
Sanitary furniture
by Fantini

Villa E

Stephanie Prince as Interior Architects

The Villa E was designed for a family in want of her own contemporary place with bright and opened spaces.

 

On the groundfloor, each room has a specific direction that defines space without partitioning the entire layout. The stair is the masterpiece around which the rooms articulates themselves. It is enhanced by the Mutina’s tiles Déchirer that are ont the stair wall from the bottom of it to the first floor. The natural light is everywhere due to the large windows and the glass guard.


Stephanie Prince, Interior Designer, thought about every little detail and materials of this project. Natural oak, nordic atmosphere, discret colors and the lights, everything was searched and put at the right place. This non standard home is worth the trip.


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Project Credits
Dark corten steel - Lamp
Interior Architects
Products used in this project
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