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In the heart of Trieste, a Central European city, crossroads of Latin, German and Slavic worlds, in one of the historic buildings there is a stately home with a modern charm. The furniture and spaces are designed in a modern and linear way. The choice of wooden floors could only fall on a simple but elegant and refined natural oak Noblesse®, Garbelotto’s line of floors ready for Hungarian herringbone laying, one of the oldest laying geometries of which there are the first evidences in the palace of Versailles. The strips are cut on the short side with an inclination of 45 ° or 60 ° and placed head to head: the result is a prestigious and classy floor that makes the rooms unique thanks to its unmistakable design.


The living area is illuminated by stylish windows, in which the designer furnishings in light colors blend perfectly, making the entire living area current and at the same time welcoming.
The whole apartment is then embellished with original restored doors of great impact with inserts in the same wood species and finish of the wooden floor and in satin glass.
Every detail is not left to chance in this apartment and every single element is in harmony with the others, creating a symphony of shapes, light and materials.

Progetto
Xilema

Architetto
Adele Tuchtan e Cristiana Sgnaolin

Fornitura materiale
Pauletti (VR)