Architecture and Decor are Inextricably Intertwined in a Milanese Apartment by Marcante-Testa

Milan is renowned for the its sophisticated interior design and stylish apartments but even amid such a refined context, this renovated apartment on Corso Sempione stands out in its trend-defying originality, decorative panache and refreshing glamour, courtesy of Turin-based design duo Marcante-Testa. Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa are known for boldly combining contradictory styles into thrilling interiors, guided by their impeccable taste and eye for detail, and fuelled by their ability to never take themselves too seriously, and Teorema Milanese, as the project is called, is no exception. Housed in a late 1960s residential block, the apartment is a typical bourgeois Milanese home but there’s nothing typical, conventional or expected in Marcante and Testa’s striking interior design. Creatively interweaving décor and architecture, retro and contemporary references, and luxury and everyday materials, Teorema Milanese both confounds and enchants with its audacious charm.

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