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DINING AREA

The rosewood chairs were bought from a dealer in Milan and thought to be by Tobia or Carlo Scarpa. ‘I was intuitively drawn to them,’ says Danielle.

LIVING SPACE

Danielle is drawn to sculptural forms and the curves of the furnishings reflect the shape of the window niches. The doors open onto a view of the harbour.

‘It’s a big thing creating your own home. It’s about trying to identify the core of who you are,’ says architect Danielle Siggerud. ‘When we moved,

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