Radical transformation for the interiors of a single-family villa in the province of Brianza, surrounded by greenery: with the simple demolition of the internal walls it was possible to completely review the distribution. The design choices in fact aimed to make all the rooms, originally dark and not very spacious, brighter and optically larger. The rounded shapes make the pas-sage areas more fluid and the four materials used - brass, lacquered, quartz and oak - follow a compositional rhythm and pre-cise geometric relationships to achieve harmony. Few elements, well studied, suspended and emptied, are the key to obtaining lightness and balance.The brass is presented in small bands, to border the oak panels, embellish one of the customer’s paintings and illuminate the environment. The bespoke design acts as a director for the entire composition and leaves nothing to chance. The kitchen is the main core of the floor, made independent when needed by a glass door. The wardrobe that separates it from the entrance is openable from both sides. The kitchen top and the snack top are made with a quartz stone, with pearl details and flaky stones with gold reflections that matches well with the brass of the back and the honeyed oak. The entrance has been visually enlarged and slender thanks to the play of volumes, the design of the vertical lines and the use of indirect lighting. A pocket emptier with wall units hides the electrical panel and other technical elements from view. All the spaces have been studied and designed to the millimeter, no detail has been overlooked. The guest bathroom also be-comes the storage room and it is extremely optimized based on the space available.