The flat is on the 6th floor with wonderful views of the New Milan; it enjoys good natural light. The partial refurbishment has paid particular attention to the bathroom and the entrance and living areas.
The flat was conceived and designed with the needs of a young couple in mind: a spacious entrance and living area, a functional but innovative bathroom. A play on heights is evident in the living area where the kitchen is emphasised by a particular volume and spot lighting; the entrance is defined by a sloping ceiling.
The bathroom is undoubtedly the area which has seen the most experimentation: a decorative wallpaper which also becomes shower cladding, a glass cubicle designed to enable a play on transparencies and lastly the totem and various ceiling panels contribute to the creation of an articulated space.
The lighting follows the various ceiling heights and is mainly recessed.
The whole flat follows a cold palette, which is given warmth by both diffused and spot lighting.
The flooring is of large, dark coloured stone throughout. The innovation is in the choice of wallpaper for the bathroom walls.