Four chapters to get lost in the imaginative and intriguing stories of individuals, and then to plunge into their private spaces, where every detail reveals habits, obsessions, tastes and affections. Stories of Homes is the original book by Meridiani that made its exclusive debut on the Indeho platform during the first episode of the series The Design Comedy, on view since 25 June. Narrative and photographic pathways – with the help of four stylists and four photographers – blend in a full, enveloping narrative of lives, revealing all the sartorial skill of Meridiani in the creation of spaces that reflect the personality of their occupants, through refined furnishings and décor.
‘Sara’s Shadow’ illustrates a home with a sophisticated mood, full of details expressed in a palette of colors based on neutral tones of gray, white and brown, where fabrics, materials and textures take on surprising nuances depending on the time of day: “In that light, the living area seemed different. She had observed it as it had never been seen before…”
The light of the sunset
The same element is the protagonist of ‘Light at Sundown,’ this time in its fullest essence thanks to the windows that surround the dwelling, inhabited by eclectic personalities, refined furnishings, different from each other, and works of art in tune with a contemporary spirit.
A whole week to themselves
In ‘A Week to Themselves’ we enter an energizing space, full of the clean, essential lines of a cosmopolitan taste… “to grasp the ultimate meaning of their friendship,” conceived to intuitively suggest functional use through outstanding furnishings and design objects, orchestrated with total perfection.
A decidedly opposite direction is taken by ‘Milo’s Future,’ where marble, gilded details and decorative fabrics are classic presences revisited in a timely way, linking back to the luxurious atmospheres of the 1930s and Rationalism, to reveal a timely perspective with touches of green and blue combined with velvets.
Diversified, versatile design solutions, capable of interpreting any context, depicted in the pages of Stories of Homes to sum up the ‘tailor-made’ approach of the company, under the guidance of the designer Andrea Parisio, art direct since its founding in 1996. Every home has its own character, to discover through crafted pieces 100% Made in Italy, collections of absolute personalized excellence, also thanks to the materials, finishes and fabrics that can literally transform places, for a unique experience, each and every time.
Light at Sundown
A Week to Themselves