Furniture design of a attic in Monti quarter

2005
Rome
Private client
Woodworker Buratti e Boccabella

This project involves decorating the sleeping quarters of the attic in collaboration with the client, who is an artist, re-using the lines of triangles and diagonals – geometric images which already define all the space of this house in the historic centre of Rome. The dynamism of the diagonal planes of a piece of furniture and the bookshelves leads into the bedroom and, together, they create movement towards the open space of the house. The decoration has been realised in pear wood and in old rose colours.The project also included the restoration of the terrace, with the replacement of dark bands in the brick.