The old town of Prato, in Tuscany, hides countless gardens that conceive unexpected landscapes within the city itself.
Inspired by this bucolic scenario, the architects of the B + P Studio, Alessia Bettazzi and Pierluigi Percoco, gave free rein to their imagination to design an apartment with a very special charm.In the living room, a false backlit door precedes an idyllic Japanese Zen-style garden. Darragh Hehir
With only 35 square meters, open-plan housing It is distributed in living room with sofa bed, kitchen with office, bedroom, and bathroom with shower. However, the surprise lies in the walls.Darragh Hehir
Decorated with wallpapers that take us to a Japanese forest and the Forest of Casentino of Tuscany, the walls are responsible for creating a relaxed atmosphere and enhancing the depth of the spaces.Darragh Hehir Darragh Hehir Darragh Hehir
In the bathroom, two opposing mirrors create a dreamlike effect reminiscent of Escher's engravings.Darragh Hehir Darragh Hehir The colors of this area were chosen to contrast with the relaxed atmosphere of the wallpapers. Darragh Hehir
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