A fascinating building from the first half of the last century housed a fairly large apartment but with rooms with unusual proportions. The project is based on a careful work of connecting the rooms, reusing the spaces, recovering existing furnishings and finishes while inserting new textures and materials. The large entrance becomes the appropriate space to host a small home library and the walls of the kitchen towards the corridor and living room dematerialize allowing new connections. A wooden structure frames the passages and becomes the element around which family life takes place.
A vibrant brick color identifies the passage spaces where a pivot door protects the privacy of the sleeping area. In the living area, the recovered parquet is juxtaposed with gray terrazzo floors while in the sleeping area it dialogues with floral wallpapers and black terrazzo floors in the bathrooms. A rich selection of vintage and contemporary lamps and furnishings gives the spaces the warmth of an authentic and refined environment.