This Seventies residence, in reinforced concrete, located across from Villa Ada Park, in Rome, was part of a bigger building and comprehended the bedrooms, with its bathrooms, a study and a living room. The areas were organized on different floors an dark colors prevailed, from flooring to cladding, from cherry wood jambs to ceilings. The main purpose of the project, as well as creating a new layout with new functions, was to restore the brightness of the apartment bringing, at the same time, in foreground the sight of one of the most beautiful parks in Rome. The spaces have been redesigned with rationality and, thanks to a complete interior restoration, now the apartment comprehends a large living room, a dining room, a kitchen, three bedrooms and just as many bathrooms. The role of light is enhanced by the use of clear and delicate colors: from the cream decorated walls, to the brushed, bleached and waxed oak flooring, to the pale stones mixture used in the bathrooms and in the kitchen. In the living room, essential but catchy solutions: classic furnishings alternate with contemporary elements, like the paintings that occupy the wall opposite to the entrance. Customized design prevails both in the interiors, with the white headboard of the master bedroom splitted in frames, and in the exteriors. And it is precisely on the terrace that the architect redefined every element in the most effective way, to pay homage to the great views of the Villa Ada Park.
CLIENT: Private STATUS: Complete 2010