As an architect and a visual designer, the Italian sisters Nathalie and Virginie Droulers form the ideal duo to create timeless and sumptuous spaces full of light, detail and with a rich materiality. With their studio based in Milan, they have been able to add their significant elegant Italian flair to projects all over the world.
This publication Feeling Home: Virginie and Nathalie Droulers (Rizzoli) is a new and updated version of their monograph and shows the sisters' constant search for beauty and how it expresses itself in unique elements of Murano glass and Florentine bronze in combination with traditional wood floors, sumptuous textures, geometric patterns and a play of light and volumes.
A constant search for beauty
An important starting point in the work of Virginie and Nathalie Droulers is of course to create spaces in which the residents feel completely at home. This book takes us to Paris, Cannes, London, Milan and New York, but also gives us an exclusive view of holiday homes in Cortina and St. Moritz. A great added value of the book is the beautiful photography by Pietro Savorelli who’s images perfectly reflect the special realisations of the Droulers sisters. Moreover, the author of this book is Francesca Molteni, owner of the famous Italian furniture brand Molteni&C. They have put together a stylish and extremely interesting publication that is an indispensable addition to your book collection.
Buy the book here and make the most of this quarantine with an inspiring book that will make you forget all your worries and dream away at numerous unique projects.
FEELING HOME: VIRGINIE AND NATHALIE DROULERS, By Francesco Molteni, Photographed by Pietro Savorelli, Mondadori, 2017
Photo credit all images ©Pietro Savorelli