The laundry is an increasingly important element of the home's environment. Where it is placed and how it is used is being considered in more thoughtful ways than it has in the past. This luxury walk–in wardrobe, designed using Boffi's Antibes system, shows that it can be a refined and considered space that is a more integral part of the architecture of the home.
The beauty of this space is that you can see the laundry — often considered only in functional terms — reimagined as a very tactile piece of architecture. The timeless, modular Xila system, designed in 1972 by Luigi Massoni, has been resolved in elm, travertine and textured handmade tiles. The hardware–free storage, with negative space opening detail, emphasises the horizontality of the travertine worksurface, with a matching Steam Care washer and heat–pump dryer centrally positioned for functional access.
SOFT AND CALM
The laundry's soft and calm ambience is a result of careful material choices that include warm ‘Dorado’ travertine, the golden flecks hinting at the origin of its name, and small, square ‘Cotti e argille’ tiles, a variation of terracotta expressed in a lighter colour, with all the variations and celebrated imperfections of a handmade product.
EXPLORE THE DETAILS
Perfectly proportioned, materially refined and designed to match, a fabric care ecosystem becomes an integral part of the home's architectural solution.