‘Facing a proposed remodelling of an apartment with special programmatic needs comes this experience to transform a typical apartment of the mid 50’s in a purely contemporary and minimalist ambience.
The client sought not only housing, but also a workplace where the two programs are crossed in the same space. That is, the dichotomy between intimate space, the comfort of home, and more public space, typical of an office with daily visits, resulting in an intervention that is characterized by versatility, adaptability and constant neutrality.
Here, the design in detail of all the woodwork was fundamental to all areas of the apartment worked in full, and if they could control all the relationships between them.
It is an intervention sensitive to any fine details, where the choice of materials search to neutrality, allowing the use of space by its customer is free and versatile.’