Italian designer Fabio Fantolino has made his own loft in a nineteenth-century building in Turin, utilizing hues of green and petroleum blue all through its inside.

The Casa Mille loft lies behind the entryways of a nineteenth-century palazzo that once was inhabited by an Italian aristocrat called Count Callori.

Very few original elements of the building could be preserved, color has rather been utilized to add character to the rooms.

Fantolino picked characteristic shades that he could find in the flat’s walled garden, and more unique hues that he felt caught the “metropolitan atmosphere” of Turin.

The floors are made of concrete, a link to the hard-wearing ground surface that would have likely showed up in the ancient workshop. Petroleum blue shows up again in the gridded partition elements at the rear of the room, which include a blend of hued and see-through sheets of glass.