An apartment immersed in the greenery of a 1960’s Roman condominium, whose dominant scenario is the pool-garden.
It all unfolds on a total of230 sqm with dominant ceilings of 3.10 m. in height.
The bourgeois style has been completely revised in its entire living concept, through the design of something unique and characteristic: an elegant brown marble monolith which becomes, from time to time formal and functional. The transparent and reflective surfaces accompany the fluidity of the monolith which serves as a division between the kitchen, a work surface, and it is ultimately triggered in a game of reflections generated by the encounter between continuous natural light and shining surfaces.
The fine materials chosen for the bathrooms underline the attention and continuous care to detail, that can be seen throughout all the rooms of the house.
The furniture, which also was chosen in the design phase and partly exclusively designed, seems to blend seamlessly with the architecture, the colours and the shapes.