The beating heart of the Principality of Monaco, like a pearl set in the extraordinary French Riviera, Monte-Carlo has always been synonymous with luxury and exclusivity.

And it is here, at the Park Palace, in the famous Carre d’or at Avenue de la Costa 27, that Turri has opened its first boutique in collaboration with
real estate developer Matteo Baldo, CEO of Baldo Realty Group: an intimate and refined space in which to welcome clients, architects and European designers to bring prestigious residential and contract projects to life.

Thanks to this refined showcase, Turri has been chosen to furnish an exclusive residence on the outskirts of Monaco. It is a 400-square-meter private apartment developed on two levels, with 5-meter arched openings overlooking the sea. Every piece of furniture is customized; Turri’s craftsmanship allowed them maximum customization, from the choice of materials and finishes to the creation of ad hoc elements designed according to the client’s specific needs.

In the dining area, chairs from the Melting Light collection, designed by Frank Jiang, surround the Madison table by Andrea Bonini: fil rouge of all the rooms is the contrast between the white and black, also the primary finishes of these furniture elements. The special black lacquer of the wood, in fact, is juxtaposed with the light-colored upholstery of the seats and backs in the chairs, and the inserts on the sides in the table top. Gold metal details brighten the room, echoing those on the ‘vase’ wall at the end of the room.

Upstairs, adjacent to an intimate relaxation area, the Vogue desk and Genesis console table were chosen for the study corner. The large table becomes an emblem of Turri’s tailoring skills: the leather covering its structure is finely embroidered, and the same hexagonal decoration returns, not surprisingly, in the elements of the bedroom. Here, in fact, in addition to the contrast between black and white, the stylistic reference to the other rooms in the house is evident: the Genesis bed and Icomodini Orion are again in glossy lacquered wood; the leather with which the drawers and the headboard of the bed are finished is worked exactly like that of the desk in the living area.

The vine console table and Orion bench give a contemporary feel to the room with their strong, defined lines. But what’s surprising are the specially created project-based elements. Taking advantage of expert woodworking, Turri created the kitchen and the large vase containing the bronze olive tree by artist Philippe Pasqua, almost dividing the living and dining areas. Again, the company furnished the cellar room, in which precious bottles are kept, and the walk-in closet with an extraordinary wood and glass cabinetry. A project that demonstrates, once again, how Turri is able to create solutions with attention to every detail, always guaranteeing the maximum quality and customization; an excellent result, which rewards the ability to bring li true Made in Italy in the most exclusive residences in the world.