FBN CONSTRUCTION MASTERS THE FINE ART OF RENOVATION
- September 25, 2018
FBN Construction’s recent renovation of a residence in Boston’s Back Bay is proof that modern minimalism can be the ideal setting for showing off fine art treasures. From the gleaming simplicity of the bathroom to an ingeniously versatile multimedia/shelving unit paired with a fireplace, the exquisite quality of the materials and craftsmanship throughout the space is enhanced with elegantly proportioned sofas and tables from Molteni&C, lending big style and big comfort to this modern, stylish home. If you find inspiration in the blend of old and new that gives Boston its unique charm, this is a look that marries the best of both worlds.
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Beauty meets practicality in Antonio Lupi’s elegantly minimalist sinks, showers, tubs, mirrors, and other bathroom designs, with architecturally-inspired lines and materials of the highest quality. In Lupi’s bathroom systems, perfect proportions, sleek surfaces, innovative finishes, organic shapes, natural materials, and precious details all come together to convey harmony, balance, and absolute purity. From the retro-inspired artistry of Ilbagno to the ultra-modern aesthetic of Monoblocks, each of Antonio Lupi ‘s beautiful collections are painstakingly curated to turn one of the most overlooked of rooms into one of the most inspiring.
2. Abacus Living Wall Unit by Rimadesio
A “new conception of the living room system,” Giuseppe Bavuso’s Abacus Living wall systems are multimedia masterpieces, offering endless compositional possibilities to enhance any interior. Each unit consists of a large panel of lacquered glass and storage units made entirely of glass, including drawers and coplanar sliding doors, thin glass shelves, display cases with tilt doors, and LED-lit back panels. Available in five widths and five heights, with a wide selection of storage units and accessories, these systems can be endlessly configured to keep pace with the needs of contemporary living.
3. Paul Sofa by Vincent Van Duysen for Molteni&C
Generously sized and luxuriously comfortable, Paul sofas are seating that makes a statement. Linear sofas, angular compositions, chaises lounges, and islands all feature a single, distinctive cushion, giving each piece an air of weightlessness, heightened by the neat design of the feet, made of die-cast aluminum. Covers are available in a range of materials including linen, chenille, canvas, boucle, wool, velvet, and leather, with feet finishes in pewter, black chrome, or shiny aluminum.
Domino Next is a collection of small tables designed by Nicola Gallizia. With their stylized forms and sumptuous materials, these versatile and complementary units can fit into one another or sit side by side. Color, matter, and form inspire and infuse the collection with its own signature style, with oval tables, benches, and poufs made using steel, wood, stone, textiles, and leather.
A contemporary reassessment of the traditional French armchair, the Chelsea sofa’s solid wood structure, enveloping seat, and large, goose-down cushions deliver comfort and elegance with a thoroughly modern sensibility. Available in walnut, eucalyptus, and grey oak wood finishes, with a wide variety of covers in luxurious fabrics and leathers, these stylish and versatile sofas express designer Rodolfo Dordoni’s vision: “Today an object goes beyond the collection concept, it defines an atmosphere, style and an environment where you feel comfortable.”
This elegant light has class and greatness in every aspect of the design.
Placed above the dining area it brings a perfect mix of modern to the traditional setting.