[courtesy of The New York Times Style Magazine]
The Italian phrase “buttato lì” translates, roughly, as “something that seems casual whereas it is completely thought out,” explains interior designer Roberto Peregalli. The term comes up often as he and his collaborator, the architect Laura Sartori Rimini, describe the atmosphere of their office, as well as the projects that are born there.
Partners at their Milan atelier Studio Peregalli, one of the last truly Old World interiors firms, they are making history — mining everything from the high Renaissance to the Victorian era — to create deeply poetic spaces that transcend the bounds of time...
(photo credit: Hugh Findletar)