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In this complete refurbishment of a two-floor 1960s apartment, space has been cleverly transformed and interpreted with refined, modern taste. The new habitat, planned and modelled to measure, is characterised by natural stone, Canaletto walnut and glass. Craftsmanship and attention to detail are of the highest level. This suggestive and elegant corridor separates the wall cupboards in Canaletto walnut from the niche opening into the night area. A detail of the white marble stairs.


A long wall, designed to match the adjacent kitchen, dominates the living area. This space is perfect for relaxing, reading or watching TV in complete freedom.
An enormous, custom made, stainless steel hood and a violet porphyry snack bar turn this kitchen into a highly functional and easy to work area.

Detail of the T06 kitchen door in Canaletto walnut, showing the handle-less. Throughout this project, the greatest attention was paid to subtle details like the home automation system, air conditioning flow control system and positioning of the domestic appliances in order to exploit even the smallest spaces.







The bathroom features a large, full-wall mirror, washbasin unit with drawers in Canaletto walnut and his and hers washbasins in black crystal granite. The Canaletto walnut washbasin unit features vertical grain and 45° bevelled drawer fronts. Detail of the drawer showing the handle-less.





The guest bathroom features a tub unit covered in matt white marble, chrome taps, and a drawer unit alongside the tub unit. The top is in matt white marble and the base drawer unit is in Canaletto walnut.