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Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

Interiors Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

Andrea Castrignano | Hi homeInterior designer and since years well-known personality of Italian television: Andrea Castrignano succeeded in making a very popular media phenomenon out of his job. Author and creator of TV show “Cambio Casa, Cambio Vita” (“Change your Home, Change your Life”), Andrea Castrignano uses the show to tell about the renovation of private homes, from the yard to delivery to the client. Turn-key!

Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

© Matteo Cirenei

Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

© Matteo Cirenei

Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

© Matteo Cirenei

Andrea Castrignano now introduces, on the occasion of the Milan design week, his new project: HI HOME, a “sample home” with unique features, characterized by inventive design, whose key features are user-friendliness, comfort, warmth, wellbeing, security, environmental sustainability, technology at man’s service.

Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

© Matteo Cirenei

Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

© Matteo Cirenei

Andrea Castrignano | Hi home

© Matteo Cirenei

The project was developed with the aim of creating an ideal environment, using the most innovative solutions in the field of energy saving, renewable sources and use of advanced home automation, with the assistance of outstanding brands interacting among themselves.

DesignerAndrea Castrignano
Project name: Hi home
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