Refurbishing and furniture design in Latino quarter

1995
Rome
Private client
Woodworker Burati e Boccabella

We have reorganised the living space by getting rid of a long passage and replacing it with a stepped structure in oak which serves as a bookshelf on one side of the passage and furnishings for the dining area and the kitchen. We have been able to create a second bathroom from the passage at an angle to the perimetre walls to accentuate the asymmetric form of the space. The kitchen has a pantry/laundry and is fitted with oak and Sucuru granite. To complete the work there is an elliptical dining room table and sliding maple panels with glass inserts. The flooring is made from maple.