Over the course of a yr, designer Luca Nichetto renovated a Forties pink villa to turn into his new studio in Stockholm, Sweden. No indicators are on show – it seems to be like an everyday home to the typical passerby – however the locals now know of it because the Pink Villa. Whereas its pink exterior undoubtedly piques curiosity, it’s the inside that basically attracts you in.
The renovation and refurbishment of the house started in 2021, together with the inside design, which was carried out in home. From the sofas to the chairs to the lighting to the plant holders, many of the furnishings all through had been designed by Luca himself.
In the lounge, the royal blue Arflex Banah couch pops with two extra chairs and a daring yellow Float desk from La Likelihood.
Downstairs, pale pink partitions set the tone and provides nod to the house’s exterior.
A gathering room resides on the bottom flooring with black Robo Chairs from Offecct. Colourful items of glass are displayed all through including extra shade and visible curiosity.
Upstairs there may be Luca’s private workplace and extra workspaces for the remainder of Nichetto’s group, together with extra of his designs, together with the Mjölk Réunion lamp (above) and the blue/grey Nico armchair from Bernhardt Design (under).
On weekdays, the Pink Villa is used as Nichetto Studio’s workplaces after which on weekends the household makes use of it as a trip dwelling within the nation. An outdated storage has remodeled right into a visitor room, named the Chalet, with its personal lounge, bed room, and loo full with a Swedish sauna.
The brand new studio is only a seven minute stroll to the water and a inexperienced space, Branterna, is only a minute away, making it a peaceable place to work or go to.
Images by Max Rommel.