Villa N by Steininger Designers
By Magaly • Aug 17, 2015
Villa N is a private residence designed by Steininger Designers.
The home is located in Velden, Austria.
Villa N by Steininger Designers:
“The property at Wörthersee, Carinthia, is a special jewel among these rarities and has been stylishly and sensitively staged by its owners – a family with three generations. Architect Heinz Neumann was responsible for the outer layer and steininger.designers for the interior design. The result is a lakeside villa, which not only plays all parts but also incorporates many aspects of the Wörthersee into the living experience in many aspects.
steininger.designers selected natural materials and muted colours such as white, grey and beige, as a guideline for the entire interior. The perfect combination of tailor-made elements together with top quality pieces from well-known brands provide both a harmonious and highly individual atmosphere.
While all the apartments are situated on the upper floor and enjoy the extraordinary view over the lake, the ground floor has been designed as a place to meet and relax. As the mood takes them, the family owners can either use the wine bar and lounge or the wellness area. As the main focus of all the considerations for both the clients and the interior designers of steininger.designers was the view to the lake, an opening between the wash stands in the bathroom was consciously planned.
Wine bar and lounge on the ground floor: Generous wine bar with wine climate cabinets by Steininger, custom-made of tinted glass and dark brown varnished (design based on the Steininger aluminium kitchen with wine and cheese climate cabinet) – devices by Gaggenau, including a humidor made of cedar wood – dining table for up to 16 people, made of smoked oak, special design of the RAG model by Steininger
Bar details: Catering kitchen – bar with LED lighted back wall, tinted glass and “Cube” bar stools by La Palma – indirect lighting – home automation control via touch pad – floor level access to the terrace, made of Danube limestone, through sliding glass doors
Lounge details: “Wall” sofa and coffee tables by Living Divani – carpet by Casalis – with bio-ethanol operated wall fireplace by Safretti on dark grey basalt (here the material of the facade was transferred to the interior)
Wellness area: “Ile Club” white daybeds by Living Divani and SLIDER coffee tables by Steininger – spiral-shaped shower with Bisazza mosaic and Dornbracht fittings or rainshower – shelf for towels and bathrobes also serves as a partition to the fitness area – sauna and steam bath by Klafs
Maisonette apartment on the upper floor: Anteroom to the kitchen, dining and living areas plus the main terrace with a champagne-coloured varnished wardrobe – shelf by steininger.designers, above ceiling lights “Beat Light” by Tom Dixon – multifunctional cube, wardrobe, storage room and the kitchen tall cupboard combined with concealed Gaggenau devices
Kitchen and dining: Custom-made special kitchen design by Steininger in champagne-coloured varnish with LED illuminated alcove, worktop made of coffee brown natural stone, extractor hood mounted on the ceiling – all devices have been accommodated in the wall cupboard – RAG dining table by Steininger – “Shade” ceiling light by Moooi – “Nut” chairs by Living Divani – white varnished sideboard, designed and manufactured by steininger.designers – “Beat Lights” by Tom Dixon – wall made of structural concrete.
Living room: Multifunctional cube combining lighted panels as a living room shelf, the entrance to the bathroom and guest room and a fireplace – dark grey wall as a background for the “Plat” white sofa with shelf at the back – light by Foscarini – curtains by Dedar
Sleeping, dressing and bathroom: Storage room furniture in the dressing room, designed and manufactured by steininger.designers offers a shelf in the form of drawers under the daybed – cupboards and sliding doors by Rimadesio – free standing bath, wash basins and WCs from the Laufen collection – faucets by Dornbracht – all fittings and shelves by steininger.designers.”
Photos courtesy of Steininger Designers
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