MM House by Rossella Lochis
Rossella Lochis is an italian architect, renowned for her minimal and sharp aesthetic which totally embraces Mies Van Der Rohe's philosophy “Less is more”. Elegance and quality are the main features of this private house in the Cremonese countryide, designed in every detail to achieve high visual impact. The combination between neat clean architecture and classical bespoke complements is the unique touch that gives Rossella Lochis' projects and incomparable value. C&C Milano fabrics warm up this contemporary interiors with textured linens, iconic patterns and exclusive colours. The result is a refined house that stands out without imposing arrogantly but subtly with intelligence welcomes its inhabitants in harmony and style. C&C Milano linens decorate with unicity the upstairs bedrooms with the Maison's iconic jacquard double weave Pienza fabrics in natural linen combined with off white and sage green details are tailored in stylish bed covers and decorative cushions. An overwhelming sense of proportion and symmetry carefully accompany the eye through the various rooms in which C&C Milano textiles complements create an unsurpassed combination of texture and colour sensibility. The purest pleasure for customers is to have a one-of-a-kind ambience designed for their specific needs where experiencing an immersive project.