From the interior to the outdoor area, this stylish villa in Bordighera is all about comfort, functionality and the beauty of the Italian Riviera
Comfort, luxury, beauty. When describing life on the Italian Riviera, these three adjectives might come to mind. Completed in 2016 by Sanremo based NG-Studio, this private villa in Bordighera, Italy embodies just that.
The NG-Studio team were taken back by the Italian Riviera’s natural beauty and set out to incorporate it as much as possible into the project. Apart from bringing the outside in, creating a harmonious, clutterless space for a comfortable life was also of great importance. By their own admission: "We know that the interior forms strong emotions and affects our quality of life."
"The whole interior demonstrates an idea of relaxing in space where everything is subordinated to functionality."
The designers paid great attention to organizing and developing an effective storage system. All cabinets and shelving closets were specifically chosen for a seamless integration with the villa’s architecture.
"This modern interior combines laconic shapes and volumes with the delicacy of finishing materials - restrained colors complemented with bright accents."
Both the interior and exterior spaces are defined by colors inspired by the sand, stone, sea and lush greenery. These colors became the background for all the elements of interior design.
NG-Studio’s vision of a harmonious and comfortable villa is emphasized in the outdoor area. A large exterior deck showcases the idea of harmony really well, featuring a sunken swimming pool and a small zen garden that seems to complete it perfectly.
The Bordighera villa centerpiece is the framed lounge area, partially suspended above the deck. With lush vegetation and incredible views, the lounge area offers moments of complete relaxation.
From the luxurious interior to the outdoor area, from colors to textures, this stylish villa in Bordighera is all about comfort, functionality and the beauty of the Italian Riviera.
Photography by: Rosa Amato