Travel House In Rome, Italy By Brain Factory

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This lovely apartment was dubbed Travel House, and it was built in Rome following a superb design by Brain Factory. Featuring 807 square feet of living space, it is located within Rome’s Garbatella neighborhood, and it impresses with a very original entryway that boasts tall green bamboo sourced from Malaysia. The bamboo extends from the floor to the ceiling along a wall and is supported by white rocks placed together on the oak floor.

In order to enhance the experience of walking throughout a bamboo forest, the designers installed a full-height mirror on the wall opposite of the bamboo. The open plan living room features a representation of the world’s countries and continents done in writing and in different languages. The other rooms are accessible via invisible doors that add a touch of minimalism and elegance. The bathrooms flaunt natural materials and finishes as well as transparent elements.

From the architect:

The interior design of the apartment is conceived as an emotional journey, peculiar characteristic of the owners always in looking for new places to explore in the world. At the entrance tall green bamboo from Malaysia rises to the ceiling, positioned strategically in a long architectural cut adorned with white stones on the oak wooden floor.

The feeling of being immersed in a bamboo forest is amplified by the optical effect created by the large mirror at full-height. The open floor plan is cozy, colorful and features a texture, black on white, that in drawing the world nominates countries in the different languages.

Concealed furniture and invisible doors introduce to the other rooms of the house, carefully designed with elegance. The bedroom is made precious by a bright golden wall, emphasized by the grazing light of the two wall sconces. Bathrooms have solutions for comfort and sensorial harmony, through natural materials and plays of transparencies, which are essential for the physical and psychological wellbeing.

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