In the neighborhood of Trastevere, in the center of Rome, an apartment of 80 square meters is transformed into a loft. The project reverses the internal distribution by freeing the windowed front from the opaque partitions.
Two large open-glass interior walls define the scope of the two bedrooms. Among them, there is a bright living room with kitchenette, mediated by a planter of green plants located in the exact heart of the apartment.
The withdrawal of the bathroom from the external front involves the raising of the floor, which is resolved by the construction of a wooden platform that organizes the hierarchy of spaces.
A system of C-shaped beams runs 2.40 m high above the ground, supporting all the accessory compartments: storerooms, rooms for air conditioners, shelves for books.
Studio Associato Emmepiquadroesse
(Marco Pietrosanto, Alessandro Micucci, Roberto Sica)