Stilò enters a charming family home nestled in the picturesque hills of Asti, where time has bestowed character in every corner.

Teaming up with the landlord, Stilò takes on the challenge of the 110% Superbonus, aimed at boosting the energy efficiency of a building that loses heat easily due to its old windows and layout.

The heating system was upgraded, and exterior maintenance, window replacement, and insulation were also carried out with precision, honoring the perfect synergy between technology and tradition.

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Bagheera’s nest

Stilò accompanies a couple (and their dog) as they design and build their first real home.

A comfortable and informal living area, where you can enjoy the pleasures of conviviality and relationships occupies half of the apartament. Carefully chosen lights embellish a neutral space, lit only by brushstrokes of colour in shades of petrol and blue.

Memorial do Convento

The restructuring involves some planimetric changes, aimed at creating spaces with a clear functional vocation. The generosity of the surfaces, the majesty of the original rooms and the beauty of the pieces do the rest, supported by discreet architectural solutions and quality.


Stilò ventures out in search of the formal character that reflects the personality of the owners.

Marble and glass dominate the scene of this Turin penthouse marked by sober elegance.

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The Nobleman

A top lawyer and a designer with refined tastes buy a large apartment in Turin’s pre-hill.
Wide surface to renovate, three months of time.
Space for entertaining and conviviality, functional and strictly private rooms, are all designed for a fluid use, in an idea of a beautiful house to be showed and lived.

Inclined Plane

An articulated system of steps intrudes, rigid and cumbersome, between a pretty villa in the foothills and its large, multilevel garden.

Following the owner’s wish to make the access suitable also for people with reduced mobility, Stilò places a stone ribbon on the green lawn, designed to finally reconcile the house with its garden.

Just sliding a little the entrance gate along the plot border and magically all levels (basement, upper terrace, staircase to the main floor) are connected, and the former-ignored garden become the scenic design of a stony catwalk towards the house.

Stone planters with rigorous lines exalt the bursting vitality of plants and flowers competently chosen by Neò‘s landscape designers.

Light in St.Moritz

A family involves Stilò in a project of unification of two staked lodgings, aimed at obtaining a generous apartment with a living area in close relationship with the large terrace.

Technical solutions are sewn around plant and structural constraints, meeting the needs of a customer not afraid to dare with courageous choices.

The result is a house full of personality, which is a celebration of natural light.

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A Touch of Red

In this project, the common thread is red RAL 3000, a no-uncertainties color that flickers between the planes, combining – together with rigid black and white – new and old, in a single design.
Within the framework of this rather clear concept, there is room for aesthetic choices with a strong personality, such as the Fornasetti bathroom tiles and the Panzeri recessed strip of light, as well as the monolithic staircase block, obviously red lacquered.

Vinzaglio Double heigh

Stilò designs an immense living area, full of natural light; it widens the volume of the living room up to the roof, creating a double height that also allows the attic to be lit. The attic has been completely renovated with fine floors and finishes, with many walk-in closets and comfortable spaces for relaxation.

Custom-designed metal and wood furnishings allow each space to be adapted to the specific needs of the property.

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Black sea

While outside the “bisuoli” in masonry are restored, the verandas in reeds are fixed, the fixtures are restored, the walls are rekindled with the typical white lime plaster, inside there are solutions for the minimum spaces, cared for with attention by the owner-stylist, who chooses fixed furniture exclusively black in honor of the lava origin of the island.
The floors are made of cement, according to tradition. The bathroom and kitchen coverings are in cementine, whose fantasy (in black and white) is specially designed and commissioned to a specialized factory. Ceramic switches control strictly black and white wicker chandeliers. The black sanitary fixtures also have modern lines, as does the tapware. The kitchen top, made of cement by local workers, has a tilt mechanism that allows access to a cellar behind, the door of which is camouflaged with the wall thanks to the careful laying of the coating.