An interior design project marked by counterpoints and juxtaposition, able to both dare and break with tradition, yet at the same time respecting the spaces’ historical identity.
Located within a historical building in the centre of Milan, the home occupies a 450 square metre surface and is conceived as a classic L-shaped nineteenth century layout, in which rooms are set on either side of a long central connecting corridor. A prestigious apartment, preserving more than 100 years of memories and history: a DNA as ancient as it is precious, which the two architects have decided to preserve and enhance.
From this conservational viewpoint, the decoration becomes the revolutionary element, creating a contemporary design ambience. Wooden fish-bone floors, brass handles, white-framed fittings harmonise with Made in Italy design objects and Pop Art works, proposing both new looks and perspectives. Furnishing which plays on the materials’ precious nature, on contamination and unheard of combinations, placing at the project’s centre the relationship between space and objects.