A classical mid-nineteenth habitation serves as frame for this project.
The main objective was the creation of an apartment in which a contemporary approach could coexist with the unique soul of the original space.
The spaces have undergone some changes to meet the needs of the new tenants, a couple with two children, who often loves to host friends and family at home.
The living room and the dining area, once separated, have become a single and connected space; the large existing rooms have been replaced by a guest room, the master bedroom and a double bedroom; the size of the previous walk-in closet has been reduced to accommodate a studio with a mezzanine a well
A long distribution space perfectly connects the living and sleeping areas, creating fascinating perspectives through space.
The existing most defining design elements, such as the wooden doors and their decorations, ceiling decorations and elegant wooden floors have been maintained, juxtaposing contemporary materiales, finishes and colours.