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Voglia di sciare? Una cioccolata calda? O anche una bella passeggiata...

E poi per il giusto relax.. ecco lo chalet che abbiamo realizzato, ad Ortisei, caldo, avvolgente ed intimo...

Buona visione!
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We are Nomade!
https://www.nomadearchitettura.com/

Studio NOmade viene fondato nel 2010 da Selina Bertola con questa idea forte alla base, a partire dal nome. Prende forma seguendo un filo deciso, un filo rosa: una dimensione fatta di sole donne, dal carattere forte. Uno studio inarrestabile, curioso, attivo. Una realtà che trasforma lo spazio del vivere quotidiano, permettendo di scrivere nuovi racconti.
Questo 26 maggio Studio NOmade scrive il suo, di nuovo racconto. Una nuova pagina nella storia NOmade: l’inaugrazione del nuovo spazio, in Via Pestalozzi 4 a Milano.
Per celebrare l’occasione, un evento tutto rosa, colorato e giocoso ispirato al leggero mondo circense. Romantici fili di luci, musica live, zucchero filato, tanto tanto fuxia e tanti tanti sorrisi partecipati. Un festeggiamento ad hoc per la personalità poliedrica e travolgente dello studio.
NoMade inaugura il nuovo Studio a Milano 6 NoMade inaugura il nuovo Studio a Milano 5
La nuova sede di Studio NOmade è da manuale, una garanzia e un biglietto da visita che mostra fin da subito la sensibilità e la grande capacità di questo team verso lo spazio del vivere. Dalle soluzioni progettuali tecniche, alle scelte dei materiali sinceri ed espressivi, per disegnare un luogo di condivisione caldo ed accogliente, pronto ad ospitare ore ed ore di momenti creativi e confronto. E ancora, oggetti di arredo selezionatissimi, un mix di stile nordico e minimal, acceso da colori intensi a contrasto. Non mancano i dettagli, dalla romantica altalena, al verde, fino all’insegna al neon, strepitosa e fuxia.
E poi, per finire, sullo sfondo dell’ambiente di lavoro, figure circensi femminili, trapezziste pin-up. Un’ode alla donna e alla creatività, un’immagine divertente che coglie fino in fondo ciò di cui sono capaci tante donne insieme: fantastici progetti, grande sensibilità e salti mortali nell’ordinario.
http://www.thewalkman.it/nomade/
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Good morning World!

Uno dei nostri ultimi progetti è stato pubblicato su Living Corriere, un interno milanese dal gusto classico e luminoso. Buona lettura, e un grazie speciale a Stefano Slow


One of our latest projects has just been published on Living Corriere. A light and classic interior. Enjoy the article, thank you very much Stefano Slow

http://living.corriere.it/case/new-classic/arredare-un-bilocale-70-mq-milano-nomade-architettura/
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Progetto di ristrutturazione di un appartamento anni 30 per una giovane coppia.
Il progetto è un'interpretazione in chiave più fresca e contemporanea del mood anni '30, che traspare da alcune evidenti tracce recuperate dall'appartamento.
La zona giorno è ampia ed unisce cucina, sala da pranzo e soggiorno, un gioco di luci e colori rende l'ambiente molto fresco e accogliente.
I bagni (per lui e per lei) rappresentano le due facce di uno stile retrò, più classico per lei, più industriale per lui.


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L'attico di Berlino progettato da Nomade Architettura è stato raccontato in un bell'articolo di Grazia.it, buona lettura! e Un brava alla Nomade Elena!!

http://www.grazia.it/casa/interni/berlino-attico

The Berlin Penthouse has been explained in a very nice Article on Grazia.it, enjoy it and a BRAVO to Nomade Elena!!

http://www.grazia.it/casa/interni/berlino-attico
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A great article on Cocotraie, an international magazine of the world luxury tropical living and design, on VILLA SUSANNA.
enjoy it!

Un bellissimo articolo su Cocotraie, rivista internazionale su luxury tropical living and design, su VILLA SUSANNA:
Buona lettura!


Villa Susanna
a bold and imaginative
exampl e of tropical
Architecture & Interior Design

Nestled on the edge of a ridge in Marigot Bay,
with uninterrupted views of the Caribbean
sea, the neighbouring islands that dot the
horizon and picturesque bays below, Villa
Susanna is perhaps the most exquisitely designed and
most luxurious private home on the island of Saint Lucia.
The design and location of this spacious and yet
intimate property, has been thoughtfully considered
to exploit both its mesmerizing views and the never
ending prevailing cool breeze which sweeps constantly
throughout the villa.
Villa Susanna, which takes its name from the owner’s
wife and took three years to complete from 2010-2013,
is a kaleidoscope of colours from turquoise blues and
greens, earthy browns, burnt oranges, yellows and
every variant in the middle. Add to this the abundance
of well appointed, local and international, furnishings, 
decorative local artwork and paintings, it quickly makes
one appreciate that this is a truly one of a kind home.
Perhaps one of the most striking aspects of Villa Susanna is
that whilst it is an extremely large property, spaced amidst
undulating walkways across 3 acres of lush green foliage,
the architecture and interior design has created a wonderful
sense of place. Easily said but rarely achieved by
many properties of similar size and opulence, where little
of the location is reflected in the design language.
Not so with Villa Susanna which, whilst reflecting significant
influences of both its owners and designer’s Italian origins,
has ensured that the Caribbean retains an equal source
of inspiration in its design.


Meet the Designer
Selina Bertola
Q. When did you discover your love for architecture?
A. After earning my degree in Architecture in 2005 at the
Politecnico of Milan, I moved to London where I attended a
master’s degree in Interior and Spatial design at the Chelsea
College of Art and Design. After the Master, I began working
in London, where I had the chance to run different projects
all over Europe.
In 2008 I returned to Italy where I worked developing my
interest in interior design. Following projects ranging from
hotels, residences and shops, increasing my knowledge in
such areas. The passion and interest in different cultures took
me around the world, increasing my knowledge and awareness of different ways of life and living.
In 201o I founded Nomade Architettura Interior  Design in Milan.
Q. What is your philosophy when it comes to your work
as an architect?
A. I like to create environments with a strong personality.
Every interior has to send a message, say something about
the person who will inhabit it. The philosophy is to reflect the
owner’s character, way of living, by joining their personality
with a hint of taste and touch of Italian Design.
Q. How would you describe your style?
A. I would call my style eclectic. I like to mix materials and
furniture coming from different places and cultures.
The atmosphere comes from the unique interactions of the
elements that fulfil the rooms, a dialogue between
colours, materials, finishes, that each time create a
different style.
Q. Where did you source your materials and furniture?
A. Most of the materials and furniture come from
Europe. The idea was to mix the Caribbean culture
with the Italian origins and taste of the owners.
You will notice a glass chandelier that was custom
made in Venice for the villa, sofas and upholstery are
custom made in Italy, the stones used in the bathroom
are Botticino marble that come from the Italian Alps,
the white granite from Sardinia, and the ceramics from
south of Italy.
Q. What sort of feel did you have in mind for the décor,
what was the source of your inspiration?
A. The idea was to create a unique feeling, mixing the
Creole and Italian Cultures. The creole style is evident
in the use of the building materials such as wood and
the local bricks, also in the shaping of the roves.
The Italian taste is more evident in the interiors, lighting,
finishes, custom made furniture and so on.
The idea was to create a house as open to the exteriors
as possible, the threshold is almost not visible, as the
desire was not to perceive a boundary between inside
and outside.
Q. What do you feel is the villa unique selling point
and what aspects of the villa are you most proud of?
A. I love how the villa is well integrated in the land, I
love the sense of lightness and breath it gives. I love to
see how every room is different and well integrated in
a general discourse, every room is thought of as a
special and unique gem, each to contribute to the
main character of the villa.
Q. How would you describe the villa’s style and
atmosphere?
A. I would define it as eclectic, unique, warm and
relaxing, for the reasons mentioned above. The mix is
the key element.o

This combination of “Caribbean” architecture blended
with European refinement is maintained throughout the
buildings. The free flowing ease to which one can move
around the various cottages speaks to the careful considerations
that have gone into the spatial awareness
of the property as a whole. The open plan living room/
dining room concept with dramatic columns, vaulted
ceilings, wood-panelled flooring, decadently soft furnishings
with a custom made wooden dining table, make
this a central point of the entire Villa and a great space
for entertaining.
Beyond the main house and entertainment area, there
are three air conditioned cottages and an apartment.
Amber Flamboyant: the spacious one bedroom cottage
with king size bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, ceiling
fan, walk-in closet, private patio with jetted bathtub.
Yellow Heliconia: with its queen size bed, en-suite bathroom
with shower, sitting area with wet bar, ceiling fan,
private garden area with alfresco shower, together with
a 2 twin bed bedroom extension with en-suite bathroom
shower, private garden with hammock.
And White Frangipani: with its King size bed, en-suite
bathroom with shower together with a connecting twin
bed bedroom with, en-suite bathroom with shower.
Nomade Architettura & Interior Design is part of an
International network of architectural Practices, that
have joined to go beyond boundaries, the design of
Villa Susanna, which we should point out is available for
rent, is one which definitely goes beyond boundaries
and redefines conventions.
When we asked Selina how would she describe the villa’s
style and atmosphere, she said “eclectic, unique, warm
and relaxing”.
We would add inviting, inspirational, and elegant.
Fmi
www.villasusanna-saintlucia.com
email: info@villasusanna-saintlucia.com
Design
www.nomadearchitettura.com
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