year
2019
location
Geneva, Switzerland
credits
JM Architecture

The two-storey villa in Geneva was designed by JM Architecture. The minimalist project comprises two main volumes, one white and one black, interacting with each other in a play of geometries and colours; large windows allow you to enjoy the surrounding environment. In collaboration with Jacopo Mascheroni’s studio, Interni’s Creative Team selected the furniture, combining fine pieces from great Italian brands with icons of international design. 

The entrance door is framed by two Overscale Flames Outdoor by B&B Italia. The colours – neutral, black and white – harmonise with the oak plank flooring. In the entrance, the iconic Womb Armchair by Knoll is accompanied by a Lithos small table by B&B Italia, with a Calacatta gold marble top. Continuing, you enter the large open-space dining, kitchen and living room, featuring large windows running the entire length of the room, with a view of the garden. 

In the dining room, the Manta table by Rimadesio with black oak top is combined with Grace chairs by Poliform, upholstered in ardesia leather. The start of the living area is the Bristol sofa by Poliform in dark gray fabric, flanked by PK20 leather armchairs by Fritz Hansen and Lithos small tables by B&B Italia. The two side tables, both by Poliform, are the rectangular Tribeca with a matt petit granit stone top and the round Mondrian with a black elm top. Two Mirto poufs by B&B Italia and a low Self console table by Rimadesio, which serves as the base for the iconic and timeless Taccia lamp by Flos, Two Mirto ottomans by B&B Italia and a low Self console table by Rimadesio, which acts as support for the iconic and timeless Taccia lamp by Flos, complete the living area. 

The first floor contains the bedrooms, study and guest rooms. It opens with a small lounge area including an Embrace Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen and a bright Atoll sofa by B&B Italia in light gray fabric, with a Mondrian coffee table by Poliform on the side. The bedrooms follow one after the other, overlooking the outdoor area. Harmony of colours and materials creates a feeling of peace and tranquillity. 

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