In designing the rooms, Hernan Arriaga worked with a color palette dominated by blues and whites with touches of sand and beige. He emphasized these hues with key pieces from luxury Italian furniture brand Meridiani. Designed by Andrea Parisio, the furniture pieces had the polish, refinement and modernity that Arriaga was looking for.
A luxury residential compound in Miami, Villa Positano brims with stunning features – from its location on the shores of Biscayne Bay to its distinguished period architecture with a contemporary air. Add to these the interiors that reflect modern luxury with a relaxed seaside vibe.
At the entrance, Arriaga positioned a Cole console with Calacatta Gold marble top next to a Charlot pouf in deep blue to amplify the color palette that inspired the whole project. In the opposite corner, the Liu bergère and a Ralf coffee table with bronzed mirror top create a refined and welcoming environment.
Upstairs the Plinto in glossy sand-colored lacquer with octagonal top is flanked by the Abel consoles with bases in bronzed brass and top in precious marble.
A composition of the James sofa in pure white is placed in the ample living room, together with the Lenny Fit armchairs. In the remaining areas are the Adrian coffee tables with marble tops, as well as low tables from the Bobo collection in Navy-colored lacquer.
The Plinto table with bronzed brass base and Calacatta Gold marble top dominate the spacious dining room; this is paired with the Kita chairs covered in white fabric. Meanwhile, on the wall, a Ruben wall unit provides a visual interest with a mix of different finishes and materials including lacquer and marble.
The Villa Positano project marks a successful collaboration between Meridiani and Arriaga. The designer found inspiration from the brand which he applied with dexterity and creativity to bring out the special quality of the place.