Refurbishing and furniture design of a dwelling in Tuscolano quarter

2002
Rome
Private client
Woodworker Buratti e Boccabella

The fact that there are large windows on both sides of the house suggested that we completely rethink the interior design. The slight curvature of one of the walls in the centre of the flat emphasises the living space and the hall leading to the other areas: the concealed entrance to the bathroom, the large opening to the sleeping quarters and the terrace. The movement of the diagonal and the arch over the bookshelves in the small concealed entrance gave access from the kitchen to the living space. At the back, in the bedroom, a wall made of birch inlaid with polychrome wood conceals the dressing room and leads directly to the living room.