Bosco Verticale, Milan’s ‘multi-storey intensive living façade’ – winner of the 2015 Best Tall Building award and designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti – is being furnished by Molteni&C and Dada.
The high-rise residence building, on the edge of the Isola district, is famously known for the presence of 2000 plants, including tall trees and bushes, distributed over its many floors.
The Italian company is furnishing 27 apartments in one of the buildings, one of which, on the 22nd floor, was conceived by interior designer and architect Matteo Nunziati.
The architecture in Nunziati’s sophisticated space has been designed in order for the windows to be exalted, showcasing breath-taking views of Milan.
Woody tones, ecru textiles, pale grey-whites and the transparency of glass decorate the day-time area, featuring furnishings such as 'Who' chairs by Rodolfo Dordoni, Jean Nouvel’s 'Graduate' bookcase and the 'Grado°' glass cabinets designed by Ron Gilad.
The kitchen is a customised version of the Dada 'Tivalì', designed by Dante Bonuccelli. This newly bespoke version enables the kitchen to be turned into a white monolith, functionally separating from the rest of the space.
For the night-time area, Nunziati chose 'Gliss Master' wardrobes by Vincent Van Duysen and the 'Night & Day' bed by Patricia Urquiola, along with small 'Domino' tables designed by Nicola Gallizia.
A pearl in Milan’s executive centre, the apartment is the perfect mix of work and play, both comfortable and spacious, where residents can spend their leisure time exclusively and eclectically.