Encounter between architecture and design

In Pristina, Kosovo, Nomma Studio are behind the design of a private city apartment where surfaces by Florim are combined with furniture to create an inhabitable work of art

Pristina, Kosovo

Light and shade alternate, along with soft textures and bold shapes, floors and walls in cement interact with finishes by Florim. In a private house in Pristina, Kosovo, Nomma Studio have created a series of materials, textures and colours, where architecture and design encounter and enhance one another: the result is an apartment where emotive illusions and suggestions evoke the idea of living inside a work of art. Crossing the threshold of this dwelling is a unique experience, as are each of the collections by Florim, who not only produce ceramics but have always offered architects modern and refined contemporary suggestions and solutions.

In the living area, the concept of fusion between minimalism and bright accents is immediately clear: cladding in Arco Lichene-Conifera and Volta Lichene-Conifera, from the multi-award-winning Collezione Policroma in large 120 x 120 cm slabs, bring balanced geometric forms to the walls and create a backdrop to the Camaleonda sofas by B&B Italia designed by Mario Bellini, emphasising the vibrant orange colour. The setting is characterised by delicate colours and a natural elegance, emphasised by the Listelli Lichene, whose vertical block design enhances the visual composition.

The rich expressive potential of Florim’s materials becomes even more evident in the bathroom: the brand offers an extensive range of material effects such as wood, marble, metal, stone, terracotta and fabric thanks to a manufacturing process that blends aesthetic precision with durability. Spectacular in its refined roughness, in this setting, Nomma Studio have used clean and modern lines perfectly portrayed by the Flow colour from the B&W_Marble Collection. This material covers the walls and sink, creating a harmonious continuity that combines functionality and refined aesthetics, similar to the touch of a sculptor.