“Architecture is not based on concrete and steel, and the elements of the soil. It’s based on wonder.”
(D. Libeskind)

The project researches the beauty and the pacefulness in simple, solid shapes and materials.
The Living Room and the Dining Room are in a spacious open space, the layout is simple and the fornitures are made by italian designers.
The contrast, between the luxurious interior marble wall and the semplicity of the sandy concrete outdoor, shows that all the materials became sublime and they can share the same space as in a natural environment.


The project is very focused on the concept of semplicity, in fact the general structure of the house is based on solids.
All the materials became sublime and they can share the same space as in a natural environment.
The whole project, seeks to value natural light so it has large windows for indoor lighting.


The structure style is modern/minimal and is combined with furniture that adds a luxury touch.
The materials are concrete, resin, wood, glass, marble and the colour palette is beage light grey and white.
The inspiration comes from natural sandy environments, such as the desert or the seaside…


We should be always be inspired by nature, we must observe and understand it, because is our daily moodboard!
This concept represents the ideal place if you are looking for tranquility and comfort…
I am an Interior Designer and 3D Graphic Designer, so the final rendering effect of all my projects is very important to me.

  • Interior Designer: Lorenzo Puglisi

Posted by Lorenzo Puglisi

3D Graphic Designer based in Milan, with a strong interest in Interior Design, Architecture and Digital Art. I work in an architecture studio in Milan, creating interior design, custom furniture design and renderings.

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