This 110 square meter apartment is characterized by a series of large openings that give excellent lighting to the rooms.
Upon entering you are greeted by a wooden wall that diagonally invites you to turn your gaze to the unique environment consisting of kitchen, dining area and living room. The element that mainly characterizes the space is the large custom-made wall made of natural oak that performs multiple functions: wall, TV wall, bookcase, and storage cabinet with openings sometimes facing the living room, sometimes towards the hallway.
The block of wood appears as a single element without joints but also very light thanks to the careful composition of full and empty volumes.
The kitchen has been recovered from the old house of the customers and reconfigured to obtain a large peninsula with cantilever tops. The bathrooms follow the striated flooring of the entire apartment in a different format also on the walls with a decorative note with hexagonal cement in the guest bathroom and a three-dimensional striated tile for the master bathroom.