If the image above looks familiar, you may remember it from a post I wrote some time ago on sideboard styling. I've since discovered, via Emmas Designblogg, that it's an image taken from the home of Italian architects Marcello and Maria Pia Zappador of the architect firm Amorfo. I absolutely love the concrete wall and line of the lamp, and was excited to see more photos of the house.
There is a beautiful, sleek kitchen and upstairs loft room, all very minimalist in style. The highlight for me would have to be the incredible oversized doors which lead to a gorgeous outdoor area. Swoon!
I couldn't wait to check out Amorfo's site to see more of their architectural work, and to my delight, found a whole series of projects across a range of disciplines. Varied and interesting, their portfolio also includes work in interiors, design, graphics and events.
This cross-sectional approach involves a constant blending of subjects such as technology, design, materials, art and fashion. Their unique design is applied to a range of environments including living, work and leisure. Whether they are working on a brand new building, a shop fitout or a minimal installation, the end result is always stunning.
I'm always drawn to pendant lights, and they are a common feature in Amorfo's design work. For details on these stunning lights take a look here. I love the pop of green neon on the ceramics image.
Amorfo has an eye-catching portfolio of graphic design work, featuring lots of geometric shapes and bright colours.
Want to see more? Pop over here.
All images via www.amorfo.it