Transformation or programmatic modification of a space always generates a catalogue of particular decisions.
In this case, an old textile factory is reconverted into a residence, a loft space where to live and work. It’s about taking advantage of the characteristic qualities of this space: the vertical stacking of the different program areas in a place of generous heights, minimizing the use in surface and always allowing a natural lightning of the interior.
On the access floor there’s the kitchen-dining, bath, laundry and a room with balcony. Through the staircase,the mezzanine floor serves the purpose of the living-room.
Finally, an opening in the floor gives access to the old attic. The dormitory is located in this new conquered space.