The intervention is about an elegant building of the 60s.
The spaces have been completely revised, overcoming the typical subdivision of the sixties and seventies that privileged large areas for the kitchen and the toilets. In particular, the need was to have a spacious, modern and functional kitchen to support the landlady’s cooking passion, which was at the same time separate and integrated into the living area in order to share moments of conviviality with the guests through a large opening with double retractable sliding door, to amplify the feeling of openness and spaciousness reinforced by the large and characteristic window surfaces that reach the ground.
We wanted to keep the living room very large and open on the entrance that takes place through a lift with direct access to the apartment.
The sleeping area is well separated and bounded by a long wall with glass doors that are higher than the others, which when closed almost disappear to recompose a perfect formal unity.
Throughout the apartment a oak parquet painted in dark honey shades has been laid. The same slats were used in the bathroom with direct access from the master bedroom to cover the cabinet, finished above with top and built-in washbasins made of corian. Large sized stoneware slabs were placed on the wall, with which the shower in the niche was completely covered, ideally to recompose a box.
All the furnishings have been custom-designed to optimize the spaces and meet the needs of the clients that have been received and studied in detail.
Used materials purchased from BHC:
– Brushed three-layer oak parquet, dark honey shade, thickness 15 mm, width 140/170/200 width 1500/2400
– Casamood Gres bathroom and shower panel Neutra series natural white and moka colors formats cm 120×240 and 80×240 thickness mm 6
– Paintmakers colored epoxy resin