SCIC takes center stage in AD ITALIA’s editorial dedicated to Veronica Ferraro’s apartment in Milan, designed by 13.1 A&D studio.
Elegance and creativity, contemporary elements and classical touches alternate and coexist in this space, brought to life through a combination of materials and splashes of colour. These choices range from traditional to impactful, such as the beloved blue, which Veronica adores.
SCIC custom-made kitchen and wardrobe, designed by 13.1 A&D, are noteworthy features. The Monolite kitchen has 28 mm thick doors with 45° bevelled edges, finished in glossy eucalyptus veneer. Stainless steel details, including the flat-profile edge under the top, plinths, handles, and trims in essence, are meticulously tailored to panel the entire structure from floor to ceiling. We’ve employed the ghost system to hide the ovens behind a recessed door. The cover panel is glossy lacquered and it is in palette with the other tones. The white Cattani marble top and backsplash illuminate the design and contrast beautifully with the cabinet doors.
The wardrobe features bronze anodized aluminium doors, panels with back-painted glass, and a covering in alcantara Sand, fulfilling its function with perfection. The reflective bronze glass display cabinets, enhanced by luminous back panels, showcase clothing and accessories, lending an elegant yet discreet touch to the structure.
Maria Costanza Marconi Fornari, Head of Marketing & Communication at SCIC, shares, “Collaborating with 131 A&D, led by Filippo Fiora and Federico Sigali, has been both stimulating and dynamic. It was essential for this project to give voice to creativity, starting from Veronica Ferraro’s desires. A cohesive team effort allowed SCIC to take an entirely custom-made, bespoke approach, dressing the spaces much like one does with boats. This project aims to celebrate the refinement of style and space optimization.”
AD Italia’s article titled “A casa della star di Instagram Veronica Ferraro, tra charme e gusto cosmopolita” by Benedetta Rossi provides further insights.
See the article: https://bit.ly/355Cwof
Designed by 13.1 Architecture & Decor studio, by Filippo Fiora and Federico Sigali
Photography by Valentina Sommariva
Set designer: Giulia Taglialatela