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The interiors of Cristina Celestino

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Cristina Celestino, born in 1980 in Pordenone, is an interior designer. She graduated and, for this reason, in 2005, she went to work with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design.
After that, in 2009, she went to Milan and two years later founded her own brand Attico Design. In addition, in 2013, she opened her own design studio.

Cristina Celestino

STUDIO MILANO

In this interior, Cristina was true to her spirit, because she was able to fully express her poetics based on references, balanced geometry, soft colors, and playful, almost restrained, and effortless elegance.

The interiors of Cristina Celestino

Inspired By The Look: LOREN ARMCHAIR

LOREN ARMCHAIR

PALAZZO AVINO

A dream hotel inside a building from the 12th century, which reopens in 2020 by presenting the new Capsule Collection by Cristina Celestino, an interior design project that involves some of the facility’s most important rooms and suites

The interiors of Cristina Celestino

Inspired By The Look: SOPHIA BED

SOPHIA BED

PRIVATE HOUSE, MILAN

The house has a story that the architect Cristina admires and chooses to handle with respect. So she decided to not touch the structure and to keep the original finishing, as evident traces of a glorious recent past, such as palladiana and wooden flooring, original doors, and original fireplace.

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POP-UP STORE – FENDI

“The Happy Room” suggests harmony and delicacy with a playful side. Several are the references to iconic elements of FENDI. Therefore, the combination of colors, with a clear reference to Italian design of the 50’s, adds a contemporary and refined allure.

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Inspired By The Look: LURAY SIDE TABLE

LURAY SIDE TABLE

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