Apartment with old walls
Old walls and exposed wooden beams. Apartment for a young professional

The client for the project is a young single professional. A preliminary evaluation of the apartment already revealed considerable potential: masonry hidden under layers of plaster, old wooden beams on the ceiling and sloping walls in the attic

The historical parts are preserved and restored to create an authentic background, capable of underlining all the modern elements introduced by the architects. The result is the perfect balance between old and new, preserving the integrity of the space. The different elements are unified by a monochrome palette

Bright living room in a historic apartment

Masonry, ceiling joists and metal beams are unearthed and maintained, those that have been replaced have been replaced with elements from the same period as the building. The warm and natural background is enriched with modern panels and furniture

Bright living room in a historic apartment

The apartment is spread over two levels: in the first one the panel needed to unify and illuminate, in the second one to straighten the sloping walls. On the ground floor there is a kitchen, dining room and a large living room, the top floor is instead divided into three areas, including a double bedroom with a bathroom, office, guest bedroom and bathroom. The apartment is cosy and comfortable as well as genuine and fresh

Bright living room in a historic apartment

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