Harmony is created when the different aspects of a home are connected. With a team of four interior designers, Classo designs spaces where aesthetics, furniture and art are interwoven into a balanced whole. We would like to take you through one of their most recent projects.
A thousand-square-metre showroom, a collection of high-quality interior design brands and a personalised approach: there are many reasons why you can sleep on both your ears when you leave the interior design of your home to Classo. Customers come to them for both total projects and specific rooms, or often even purely to find the ideal object to finish off their interiors. For them, designer furniture, lighting, art, carpets and unique pieces are the building blocks with which they achieve successful interiors that express the individuality of the architecture and its occupants.
The old architecture was sublimely combined with the contemporary layout
A dynamic team of four interior designers ensures that every client enjoys more than the service they deserve. With extensive guidance, the various possibilities are explored and a personalised plan for the interior is created, whether for a total project or a specific room or wish. Volumes, materials and details are crucial to make the interior a worthy companion for the architecture, and the team knows how to deal with these extensively.
It was not the first time for Classo to work for the client. Thus, the team knew that they attached great importance to beautiful, luxurious materials. The city mansion has a grandeur and this was allowed to be reflected in the furniture but at the same time it also had to exude security. The old architecture was combined with the contemporary layout, creating a design that could appeal to a wide audience.However, combining the different, rich materials proved to be a challenge. They had to be of equal value, contrasting but not competing. Moreover, they also had to be able to stand the test of time while being contemporary. Here, in our opinion, they succeeded with flying colours. Furthermore, the interior had to be cosy and liveable. With that wish in mind, tactile materials were deliberately chosen, think a carpet with silk and wool, cuddly fabrics and a subtle colour palette. The eye-catcher is located in the dining room, the Angelo M Table by Alinea Design Objects. It perfectly captures the essence of an oval design table in marble, characterised by its sculptural shape and elegant lines. The solid sand-coloured natural stone with sweetened finish is a testament to 100 per cent craftsmanship. To this, the chairs in walnut add a perfect complement. Furthermore, other big names complement the furniture:Edra, Minotti, Knoll... Finally, in the enchanting garden, you will find a beautiful sofa called Phoenix, from Vincent van Duysen's collection for Molteni, which completes the picture.
In short, the house was decorated with furniture worthy of the beautiful architecture of the old building, creating a fitting framework for the strongly present art collection. We are already looking forward to more promising projects from them!
Photography by Cafeine