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Fabio Fantolino creates coordinated apartments for mother and son in Turin

Posted on 23 July, 2017 by Autumn
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Fabio Fantolino creates coordinated apartments for mother and son in Turin

Italian architect Fabio Fantolino has divided up the fourth and fifth floors of a residential building in Turin city centre to create two apartments for a mother and her son.

Located in a five-storey building that dates back to the 1600s, Casa Lagrange is owned by a mother and son who wanted to live in the same building but also have their own separate space.

The apartment's bathroom is clad in Arabescato marble and features a walnut washbasin cabinet.

Located in the top of the house under its peaked roof, the apartment's master bedroom is lined in light grey wood panelling and benefits from two large skylights.

Interiors of Casa Lagrange, designed by Fabio Fantolino

Located at the back of the building on the fourth floor, the smaller apartment is designed to recall the 1970s with a more informal lounge area.

Furniture here includes a Percival Lafer vintage leather armchair, a petrol-coloured sofa by Gianfranco Frattini for Tacchini and light Alcantara chrome-plated tubular chairs.

Interiors of Casa Lagrange, designed by Fabio Fantolino

The kitchen in this smaller apartment can be closed-off from view behind black Fenix doors, serving as a background to the dining area. The bathroom is clad in dark red Levanto marble with fittings in black and chromed iron.

The apartment's sleeping area features a blue velvet headboard and a section of white panelling in the corner that houses a wall cabinet, bedside table and custom made lamp.

Interiors of Casa Lagrange, designed by Fabio Fantolino

This house in the Iranian city of Karaj by Kamran Heirati Architects, was also divided in two with an elevated passageway spanning a swimming pool to connect its two halves.

Photography is by Giorgio Possenti and styling is by Tom Design.

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