Monovolume Architecture + Design often reacts to the surrounding environment, taking advantage of its characteristics and creating something innovative from that. This apartment is a clear representation of their approach. Located in the heart of the Italian Alps, this apartment is housed in a building from the 1950s. Renovated by architect Patrik Pedó, this Northern Italy residence considers the stunning natural landscape, boasting breathtaking mountainous views. We couldn't be happier to see Niche modern dining room lighting incoporated into this space.
Two Bell Jar pendants in Smoke glass adorn the dining room table. The Bell Jar casts a wide beam of light over the table, creating an inviting and warm atmosphere for the residents and their guests. Earthy and subdued, Niche's signature Smoke glass brings sophistication to any space, especially here. The olive-colored glass complements the wood grains featured throughout the interior and balances the natural light that streams in through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
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Project Name Italian Alps
Architecture and Interior Design Monovolume Architecture + Design
Photographer Jürgen Eheim