What do you get when a fast car collides with Roman busts, refined modern art objects, and a generous contemporary design industrial volume? Interior and furniture designer Tommaso Spinzi’s epic loft apartment in Milan, of course!
Tommaso Spinzi describes his epic home as a container for all his passions. The apartment perfectly showcases the designer’s keen eye for beautiful objects, and his ability to pair them despite their seeming disparity.
Having lived and worked in New York, Melbourne and now Milan, Tommaso Spinzi’s work speaks with the unique language of each city while remaining true to his own design philosophy. Are you loving this interior design project?
“I am inspired by beauty, you can find that in everything. To me, the furniture pieces are art pieces”.explains Spinzi.
An art furniture and collectible design collection in general made by Australian designers and modern artists are featured throughout the space including Christopher Boots, Hava Studio, Dylan Farrell, Lost Profile Studio, and Morgan Shimeld. These pieces in this interior design sit alongside a vintage 1970’s deep-green Verde Alpi marble dining table and a 1983 Porsche 911 that sits proudly on the ground floor – because a car like that doesn’t belong hidden away in a garage.