Milano Private House
The apartment, situated in a recently requalified residential building, is located in the heart of the city’s nightlife; the owner lives in complete intimacy with the house’s spaces without the constraint of definite divisions. The apartment’s style devised by the Architect enabled the outlining of emotional chromatic paths, defining a set of volumes marked by transparencies and light and shade effects. The continuous interplay between the volumes is enhanced by the use of neutral and natural materials and by the mark of light. In the living room, the illuminated column creates a suspended wing serving as a partition between the sofas and the access room, embellished by the indirect lighting coming from the false ceiling. An other outstanding feature is the crystal wall between the master bathroom and bedroom through which the stone bath, the sinks and part of the shower can be seen while the sanitary fixtures remain hidden.