Discovered on Emma’s Design Blogg: the house of the Bottoli family in Mantua, Italy, featuring a mix of ancient and modern elements, combined with an effortless ease.
Photographer Federica Bottoli and architect Vittorio Longheu overhauled the interiors of Federica’s family house, combining Vittorio’s penchant for Mies van der Rohe with Federica’s more eclectic sensibilities.
Above: Federica with her son, Arturo.
Above: A collection of lyrical glassware; displayed on a sleek countertop.
Above: A Prouve Potence light illuminates the kitchen.
Above: A collection of black ceramics.
Above: A collection of antiques adds an eclectic note.
Above: A whitewashed timber ceiling in the living room adds an airiness to the space.
Above: Glass paneled doors allow light to penetrate the interior rooms of the apartment.
Above: A children’s bedroom with a clever newspaper wallpaper detail.