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The very idea of elegance seems to have fallen into disuse in recent times, in favour of blatant luxury. However in this modern minimalistic house in Sicily, good old fashioned discreet elegance still survives.
This stunning apartment, designed by the architect Antonio Catania Hyrax and his studio Archline, is set in the hills of the city of Messina, overlooking the Messina strait, home of many of the world's legends and myths.
The design has a strict minimalistic flavour which contrasts surpisngly successfully with the surrounding aread and its baroque and strong of the colours.
The apartment is both cosy and elegant, yet refined and minimalist. Managing the difficult task of balancing the different stimuli and trends into a harmonious whole of stunning beauty. (Modular sofas by Turner, Molteni & C, designed by Hannes Wettstein)
Despite the minimalist requirement the incredible scale resin cement and glass that joins the two floors of the house and that seem almost suspended in the air, adds a touch of eclecticism, with its floating structure of transparent crystal with resin cement steps designed by Studio Archline.
At first glance, the design throughout looks extraordinatorily simple. But you do not need a keen eye to notice that behind all the apparent simplicity lies a luxurious details such as the beautiful tile floors throughout all the rooms, and the understated discreet lighting, utilising the extraordinary amount of light that filters through the huge windows overlooking the city and the beautiful sea.
The kitchen, has a strong, clean and modern style combining steel and white lacquer. The central island brings an understated elegance, bringing the cooking areas into the centre of the room. The kitchen furniture is all custom made (design by Studio Archline), with swing doors and sliding doors, Corian countertop; central island (by Arclinea Convivium) and a continuation of the tile floors.
If all this bright white minimalism is beginning to give you a headache, then you will love the way the very few splashes of color stand out, such as the red chair (Vanity Fair by Poltrona Frau), at the center of the immaculate master bedroom .
And finally a real splash of colour cannot be avoided in this child's bedroom.