Palazzo Doria Pamphilj Apartment Renovation

Palazzo Doria Pamphilj Apartment Renovation

Architect
Supervoid
Location
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Rome, Italy
Project Year
2017
Category
Apartments
Giorgio De Vecchi - Gerda Studio
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrand
DoorsLualdi
Bathroom fittingsFantini
Nikolatesla - Aspitarion hobElica
Bathroom mosaicMOSAICO+
Back lit ceilingTENSOCIELO

Product Spec Sheet
Doors
by Lualdi
Bathroom fittings
by Fantini
Nikolatesla - Aspitarion hob
by Elica
Bathroom mosaic
Back lit ceiling

Palazzo Doria Pamphilj Apartment Renovation

Supervoid as Architects

The western wing of Palazzo DoriaPamphilj was built between XVIII and XIX century to house rental apartments, and this is still today its main function. The project aims to establish an articulated and meaningful spacial sequence between the monumental common spaces of the Palazzo – such as the spacious staircase leading to the apartment – and its interior. This is achieved through the creation of a vaulted space, which welcomes the guests and at the same time provides a soft diffused lighting.


The relationship between the baroque articulation of the palazzo and the project is merely spatial, since the intervention is quite silent and stripped bare of any stylistic or trivial connotations.


The suspended setting resulting from the combination of abstract white surfaces and a soft diffused lighting provides a silent background for the mise-en-scène of the client’s collection of objects and paintings. The space is further articulated through the use of mirrors which reflect the vaults and alter the perception of the masonry load bearing walls. This introduces a tension within the regular and defined arrangement of the rooms around a light shaft.


Material Used :

1. Tensocielo - Backlit ceiling
2. Mosaico+ - Bathroom mosaic
3. Lualdi - Doors
4. Elica, Nikolatesla - Aspitarion hob
5. Fantini - Bathroom fittings

Project team
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