Industrial Style is a project designed by RacheleBiancalani Studio and is located in the center of a little town in Tuscany, Italy.
The refurbishment has given a new life to this apartment and RacheleBiancalani Studio followed the Clients till the choose of paintings and lamps and the drawings of furniture. Wood, rusty iron and old materials has been used to start the projectual mood. Concrete was used either to cover the old tuscan table either to the top of kitchen’s sink. Rachele’screatyivity has given a new life to an old carpenter’s table in the brand new “vintage” kitchen! Another special furniture is the sink of the main bathroom: an old agricultural neglected tool was reclaimed and transformed to be the perfect place to put the brand new sink.
Formerfarm implement was recovered in the throes of a fit of madness itself without having the slightest idea or what it was or how they could use it again. Its condition was very bad, it was rotten and the areas were completely blackened and covered with oil. When positioned on one side waiting for inspiration Rachele realized that the customers to whom she was renovating the bathroom could not resist her proposal: to transform the outmoded relic agriculture in a cabinet for the sink with a rustic flavor / vintage / industrial. The particular funnel pyramid turned in a striking shade for a lamp suspended from the industrial flavor to complement the bathroom mirror, and with the internal parts that she design to create a shelf + towel. The wooden shovel inside manually operated to date is fully functional. The homeowner discovered by subsequent researches that the object was used to shell the corn cobs, almost a piece of agricultural archeology.
Photo Thomas Harris Photographer and RacheleBiancalani Studio