The background to this project was a 1950s house. Its main characteristics were the constructive elements typical of that time that gave it an identity the sought to maintain. Rather than the technical updating, the project adapted the pre-existing layout to meet the needs of the family who came to live here, through specific alterations: circuit flows, adjusting the proportions to produce ample living areas, and attractive personal zones. Wherever possible, the existing materials were reused or else replaced by compatible ones, taking advantage of the obvious building know-how present. When completed, the house has kept its very individual identity intensified by the living experience of its inhabitants.