From the heart of Milan, The Blonde Salad is ready to start a new chapter. This is the place of the new headquarter of TBS Crew, the company led by Chiara Ferragni that is thrilled to face all the new projects in 2018.
This place is the expression of the #Neverstop mantra, starting from the cities in Chiara Ferragni’s journey took place: Milan and Los Angeles. These two worlds meet in the design concept exclusively created by DSIGNINC, Domenico Iovine and Vincenzo Sabatino architecture and interior design studio, in which the strong side of the city melts with Californian vibe.
The headquarter’s business mark is sweeten by elements that come from the domestic universe, such as the old style Milan boiseries that become a contemporary detail in pink, leit motif of the whole office concept. Light is filtered by the big windows that overlook on the city, giving a warm and welcoming touch to the space. The relaxed attitude is intensified by Derek Castiglioni‘s indoor landscaping project: the outdoor space designer gave a urban jungle touch with plants like Strelitzia Nicolai, Yucca Rostrata and Dasylirion.
The new TBS Crew opens its doors to the big open space, where the company’s corporate soul meets the irreverent side. This mood is expressed at its best Kartell‘s furniture pieces, with its minimal design that reveals original style accents. The space’s business attitude is softened by Wall & Decò wallpapers and their kaleidoscopic obessions and LA atmospheres, in which Lualdi doors are hidden, perfectly integrated to the surface thanks to the concealed hinges.
The headquarter’s heart is CEO Chiara Ferragni personal office, that embodies how the combination of two different worlds, like Milan and Los Angeles, can create something truly unique. On a very Cali interior background, Westwing vintage-style sofas and poufs are next to Artemide‘s essential design, expressed by circular spherical creations.
Coffee break time is more relaxed and funnier with Smeg Fifties aesthetic and its appliances, coloured by a gorgeous pink shade. This colour add some energy to the bathroom, built on the juxtaposition of contemporary elements and old style references. Flaminia designs the bathroom space playing on the contrast between the pink sinks and golden fittings, for a vintage-cool effect amplified by Ceramica Vogue old style tiles.