505 Church Nashville
The interiors of residential buildings’ common areas need to have a welcoming feel, and to be perceived as an extension of the private space at home. The textile element is crucial in creating a comfortable and hospitable environment, and it needs to reflect the style of the space.
The integration of textile surfaces in interior design projects is at the core of G.T.Design’s expertise. A pioneer in the field of the contemporary rug design, the Italian company has worked extensively in the design of residential and commercial spaces in partnership with architectural firms.
A recent project of G.T.Design was a collaboration to design the interiors of the lounge areas and communal spaces of the 505 residential skyscraper in Downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The project reflects the ability of G.T.Design of emphasizing, with its bespoke products, the luxurious and modern style of the environment.
505 is the tallest residential building in Nashville, with exclusive amenities including a wine cellar and tasting room, a fitness center, a salted water pool and a private movie theatre. The main lounge features a stunning wall-to wall Next rug custom made by G.T.Design. The large rug is digitally printed with the signature Meatpacking pattern, a patchwork design composed of vintage carpets motifs in different shades of grey, light blue and brown, reflecting the colors of the furniture. The geometric look mirrors the panels that divides the lounge space with similar accents of color.
A project of Giarratana Developments and the architectural firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz, 505 was named Best New Skyscraper in the 2017 Nashville Scene “Best of Nashville” Awards.
G.T.Design combines artisanal techniques and craftsmanship with cutting edge technology to create luxurious custom made products. Using top-quality natural materials and high-performance technical yarns, G.T.Design’s signature collections and bespoke creations have an unparalleled attention to details. Working alongside architects and interior designer to integrate the textile element in their project, G.T.Design has shifted the perception of contemporary rugs from accessory to an essential element in interior design.
Thursday, December 19, 2019 - 11:19