This small 80 square meters Roman Apartment has been completely transformed by the demolition of all existing interior walls. The apartment now includes a big living/kitchen space, the master bedroom, two kids bedrooms and two bathrooms. The porject has created a small miracle of space optimization. The rooms, previousely dark and narrow, now create wide open perspectives.
A careful lighting design as well as the use of a natural color palette have underlined the architecture, while creating a positive environment to live in. The two kids bedrooms, otherwise small, have been connected through a sliding wall that turn them, in case of need, in one big and wide space.
Materials and products:
Living room Pendant lights by Flos
Custom made kitchen following the Architect’s drawings
Back lit plexiglass panels with painter Tamara de Lempicka artworks
Cooker hood by Falmec
Bedrooms furniture custom made following the Architect’s drawings
Bedrooms Wall covering by Glamora