Returning to Villa Casa Bianca

A fascinating residence on Lake Como promenade, the perfect stage to show new perspectives on surface design
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Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: Virtual Tour
Experience the charm of Villa Casa Bianca: seize the moment with our virtual tour on FENIX® official website. #ReturningToVillaCasaBianca #interiordesign #sustainabledesign
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: Exploring Perfect Imperfections
The true essence of every journey lies in the return home. We opened the doors of Villa Casa Bianca, and it has been an honor to explore it together with you, room by room, discovering design ideas, hidden treasures, and new synergies between materials, surfaces, and colours. We hope you enjoyed returning to Villa Casa Bianca, and we are ready for a new journey! #ReturningToVillaCasaBianca #interiordesign #fenixforinteriors #formicalaminate #arpahighqualitysurfaces #homapal #getacore #westagtueren #xkinbyfenix
Returning To Villa Casa Bianca: The Studio
Ideas flourish in the Studio of Villa Casa Bianca, a room adorned with precious design items. The Studio features an elegant maximalism balanced by chromatic harmony. A Formica® Laminate cabinet adds naturalness to the space with a deep green nuance, while the new FENIX® Giallo Evora of the desk is enhanced by its dark structure. FENIX Nero Ingo characterizes the revisitation of Vico Magistretti’s Shine round table by the Italian manufacturer De Padova, along with the standing lamp’s legs by the German brand Balada & Co. Materials: FENIX NTM® 0720 Nero Ingo, 0791 Giallo Evora Formica® Laminate F8237 Fir
Returning To Villa Casa Bianca: The Lounge
In the hall of Villa Casa Bianca, the lingering ambiance of festive evenings is unmistakable. This expansive space is a celebration of nature and conviviality, with the iconic serpentine bench taking center stage. Materials: Homapal® M9958 Antique Rubbed Copper Getacore® GC 8010 Norrebro Blue FENIX NTM® 0725 Grigio Efeso Futuro Composto is a workshop conceived by architect Lorenzo Palmeri for FENIX which includes “X-Rail” the modular seat system by Anna Bissoli.
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Bedroom
On the upper floor of Villa Casa Bianca, a luminous bedroom awaits. Surrounded by windows opening to the balconies, it bathes in natural light, creating a vibrant interplay of colors, materials, and textures. This unexpected fusion welcomes guests to the most intimate space in the entire house. Materials: FENIX NTM® 0789 Rosso Namib, 0790 Viola Orissa, 0720 Nero Ingo Arpa® Tuet 4646 Caravella Dark Homapal® 451/100 Alu Mesh Bronzetone
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Bathroom
In the Bathroom of Villa Casa Bianca, Water and circularity take center stage: within the original material context of marble flooring, crafted windows, and early-century taps, the group’s surfaces offer a charming renovation. As a harmonious flow, this metallic-warm bond accompanies the circular geometry of the mirror, bowl lamp, window, and architectural arches. Materials: Getacore® GC 9005 Limana Yellow Homapal® 471/636 Alu Mirror Polished Lava Goldtone
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Hall
Imagine a house that has remained closed for a long time and is now coming back to life... Our journey at Villa Casa Bianca begins here, in the hall. Materials: Formica® Laminate F5349 Fossil, ColorCore® by Formica Group CC5349 Fossil (table top and pedestal tops) Homapal® 442 Alu Brushed Goldtone, 704/66 Alu Cella Goldtone (table legs and pedestal sides) #ReturningToVillaCasaBianca #interiordesign #formicalaminate #homapal #fenixforinteriors
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Libraries
The exploration of Villa Casa Bianca begins in the Library, where the wood characterises the boiserie, ceiling and parquet. A modular bookshelf made of FENIX® Verde Comodoro shows the innovative materials’ bending possibility and extremely matt colour. Materials: FENIX NTM® 0750 Verde Comodoro “Futuro Composto” is a workshop conceived by architect Lorenzo Palmeri for FENIX that includes “Hive” bookshelf by Lucia Galiotto #ReturningToVillaCasaBianca #interiordesign #fenixforinteriors
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Hallway
Inside Villa Casa Bianca, there is a secret room that guards a small treasure from a faraway place. Crossing the Hallway becomes an immersive experience thanks to X-KIN® by FENIX®: the adaptable surface material is applied on walls and ceiling in Rosso Jaipur Brina Limited Edition, presenting a touch of gloss on the matt surface.
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Staircase
Our exploration of Villa Casa Bianca takes us to the grand staircase designed by Luigi Caccia Dominioni, where an arcade has been crated to enclose two FENIX DOORS by Westag Türen: one in Oro Cortez and the other in Verde Comodoro. The marble staircase is complemented with a sunscreen structure reminiscing the Morrocan architecture faces the back garden.
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Transition Room
Stepping onto the main floor of Villa Casa Bianca, we enter a room that doubles as a captivating gallery of cherished memories. In this Transition Room, the family’s travel recollections come to life, accentuated by the subtle hues of Verde Kitami and the enchanting reflections from the Homapal and Getacore surfaces.
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Living Room
Today, we enter the most charming room of Villa Casa Bianca: window-arcades welcome visitors in the Living Room, creating mesmerizing postcards from the lake. The setting blends the elegance of surface design with selected furniture pieces and inspiring fabrics. Materials: Arpa® Tuet Deep Surfaces 4645 Caravella Dark FENIX NTM® 0720 Nero Ingo, 0754 Blu Fes
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Living Room
Today, we enter the most charming room of Villa Casa Bianca: window-arcades welcome visitors in the Living Room, creating mesmerizing postcards from the lake. The setting blends the elegance of surface design with selected furniture pieces and inspiring fabrics. Materials: Arpa® Tuet Deep Surfaces 4645 Caravella Dark FENIX NTM® 0720 Nero Ingo, 0754 Blu Fes
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Kitchen
In the most beautiful room of Villa Casa Bianca, we find the Kitchen: complying with the contemporary trend of wide kitchen design and valuing the concept of perfect imperfections, the kitchen space reflects the sense of sharing and conviviality showing the durability of the group’s materials in contrast with the villa’s signs of aging.
Returning to Villa Casa Bianca: The Dining Room
Through a door, we transition from the Kitchen to the Dining Room. This room represents the high bourgeoisie pleasure of balancing different aesthetic references. A refined mix of contemporary, pop and neoclassical suggestions that frames the most convivial moments for all the residents and guests of Villa Casa Bianca. Materials: Formica® Laminate F5283 Dogbone Storm FENIX NTM® 0792 Blu Shaba, 0793 Grigio Aragona Formica CORA™ CR7382MH Bronze Desert