The project transforms a traditional two-rooms apartment into a loft, taking advantage of the generous height of the site. The 55 sqm surface is multiplied thanks to a mezzanine, through a composition of suspended volumes, almost doubling in size. A thorough research of the volumes' skins and their spatial layout guarantees a visual dialogue between the different spaces. The lower floor is configured as a fluid open-plan environment, where the spaces revolve around a wooden volume. This “hides” and identifies the kitchen, incorporating utility elements, such as facilities and a small walk-in wardrobe. A furnished staircase links the living room to the upper floor, where rooms are placed on different levels, giving a theatricality and a spatial variance to the volumes' system. This way, the walk-in closet, the second bedroom and the second bathroom become three characters, each with different material “skin” texture; among these the master bedroom is set as a safe shelter. The use of different highly permeable materials (polycarbonate, perforated sheet metal) guarantees a visual dialogue between the rooms and this creates an overall perspective on volumes composition in every part of the apartment.