i could live here: a photographer’s minimalist home in italy.


hello, si from the french by design blog here for a new “i could live here” tour. today, we’re heading to mantoue, italy to visit a photographer’s sublime home.

federica bottoli and her companion vittorio share the same passions: architecture and the love of design and art. their mantoue, italy, home, is minimalist, simple and authentic, a perfect haven for this family of four. from mies van der rohe, jean prouvé, or thonet — timeless pieces to flea market finds, federica used her background in fashion and love for iconic pieces to give this home a unique personality.

si –- french by design

• photos by gianni basso for milk magazine.

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6 Responses to “i could live here: a photographer’s minimalist home in italy.”
  1. christin says:

    oh wow, i could TOTALLY live there.

  2. Chloe Moon says:

    What a gorgeous home! I love the wood rafters and the big round table!!! =)

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  3. WOWZA – I could live there too. Loving the graphic mix of modern and natural elements.

  4. Ashley says:

    Gorgeous–especially those ceilings! The image of the child with pacifier and remote is a bit chilling… Seems almost like the sort of photograph you’d see hanging as commentary?

  5. As Leo says:

    i WOULD love to live there!!

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  6. Lolabe says:

    Agreed, the child with remote and pacifier is unsettling.

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