In a building of the late 60s, facing Parco Solari, it was through significant demolitions that the apartment asset was completely redefined. Chosen finishes are contemporary: the flooring is made out of heat treated oak and the walls are covered by light grey slaked lime. The kitchen panels were designed in burnished brass, while the counter top and sink were made out of brown Emperador Marble. There are many design elements, mostly from Italian and French designer of the late 50’s. Charlotte Perriand appliques are both on the kitchen and master bedroom walls. Serge Mouille 3-arms applique is lighting the living room. The Gio Ponti Superleggera chair was chosen for the dining table and while Micheal Ducaroy Togo couch completes the seating.