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Luxurious Villa Located on Lucca’s Hill, Italy

Luxurious Villa Located on Lucca’s hill, Italy - Studiòvo (1)

Project: Luxurious Villa on Lucca’s Hill
Designers: Studiòvo
Year 2015
Photo credits: Giorgio Leone

Studiòvo have recently finished the construction of this luxurious villa in the hills, few kilometers from the center of Lucca, Italy. Modern and country styles interact in these spaces, forming a basic furnishings, warm and welcoming.

Luxurious House Located on Lucca’s hill, Italy - Studiòvo (2)

The furniture presents a modern style overwhelmed by a minimal design that combines soft colors with simple shapes, highlighting its extreme elegance. Warm and welcoming, the villa boasts custom-made furniture following the simple and sinuous design of the designers Marco and Andrea.

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An environment made characteristic thanks to a series of elements such as the fireplace in the center of the large living room and the design lamps that give shape to a sinuous and pleasant decor.

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Luxurious House Located on Lucca’s hill, Italy - Studiòvo (5)

dining room, Studiòvo (9)

kitchen, Studiòvo (1)

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bedroom, Studiòvo (8)

bedroom, Studiòvo (8)

bathroom, Studiòvo (7)

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