This small 80 square meters Roman Apartment, located in the heart of the Historical center, has been transformed into a modern living space while preserving its original architectural characteristics and flair.
A gentle palette is the fil rouge of the interior design. The pastel colors and the neutral oak floor create a warm environment that dilate the space bringing the eye from one room to the other.
The ancient wooden ceiling has been restored in order to show its original color that now matches the floor. For the master bedroom the architect has designed a built in wardrobe with back lit plexiglas doors representing the Monet dancers. A light grey resin has been chosen for the bathroom walls that fold into a long shelf used as the sink base.
What makes this project one-of-a-kind?
What makes this project one-of-a-kind is the perfect balance between the new modern interior design and the ancient environment, obtained through a gentle and unique colours palette.
Author: Carola Vannini
Photos: Stefano Pedretti
Portrait photo: Mattia Aquila Photography
Year of completion: 2018
Location: Rome, Italy
Total area: 80 m2
Text provided by the authors of the project.