If you love an interior arch, then you’ll love this home tour. This secondary entertaining space for a large family is actually removed from the main house. The palette, however, needed to compliment the foundation of the site, including a curved rammed earth wall, all the while playing to the client’s love of Tuscan architecture and design.
A myriad of natural of elements, including stone flooring, polished plaster walls, limestone and concrete, work together to create a rustic yet luxurious setting. This is seen through contrasting elements, such as the concrete worktops softened by the integration of oak joinery, all the while creating a minimalist setting rich in tactile qualities.