We are very glad to write about this very interesting Interior Designer and Blogger Violetta Breda! After the classical studies, she graduated in Architecture of Construction at the Polytechnic of Milan and then moved to Venice to continue her training. She likes to write and take pictures, so she found herself here, expressing her great passion, the leitmotiv of her life: architecture, design.
Violetta also told us a little bit about herself and her inspirations:
“I believe in self-made and feminine empowerment. The houses, people and stories that they can tell have always fascinated me. My first photo in the yard I have taken at 5 years and at 8 I designed plants and elevations of houses in which to make my dolls live. Years later I graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan in Building Architecture and IUAV in Venice in Architecture for the New and the Old. As a graduate I founded Architempore, an unique concept that combines my professional training with my passion for the digital world. Architempore has two souls: online is a reference point for anyone looking for professional advice and information on architecture and design; offline is a design studio and building company that makes reality what is proposed online.”
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“Often my clients are my readers, who, as inspiration, point to my articles or my photos, posted online. The relationship I have with those who follow me is unique and transparent, a rarity in the world of architecture and construction. I show all my construction sites, where possible, because we work safely and cleanly. I show my projects, because I know they can inspire. I show my working life to show what it means to choose to work in construction in Italy after the crisis and be a young woman.”
She openned us the door to Koselig House, one of her residential projects, that she describes as having a scandinavian style.
“Koselig in Norwegian does not have a real translation. It can mean welcoming, comfortable or sweet. It is especially used for environments that are indeed welcoming and very scandinavian. The owners have decided to call their home with this name because they are both passionate about Norway and spend half of the year there for work. The project was born from the renovation of an apartment in Milan, with the intent of reproducing a house that tells the story of the couple, based in Milan but often around the world, and, for a long time, in Norway.”
“Iara Heide in particular has witnessed through her Youtube channel many aspects of Norwegian culture and partly linked to this country as you would never have imagined. For this reason, in thinking about their couple’s home, Iara and Luca have decided to recreate a more traditional Scandinavian “koselig” environment, Norwegian with contaminations and memories of their numerous expat travels around the world. A feature that unites them as a family and they want in their home.”
Blogger since 2011, in 2015 Violetta co-created AnimaliPucciosi.com, the first Italian project totally dedicated to pet-design and managed by professionals in the sector, because even animals are part of the family and the home. In 2016 and 2017 she was among the official reporter of the Fuorisalone during the Milan Design Week. Today Architempore.com is one of the most read blogs in the sector in Italy.
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