Wood Apartment in Rome

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Simple and coherent zoning: the central core, including the services and the kitchen, delimits the two bedrooms and the living /dining room. At the same time, the architecture is capable of generating spatial relativity and an unexpected sense of indistinguishability: the walls, the floor and the ceiling are realized in Canadian Pinewood, as a single flat folded several times, with no single point of stabilization, even the furniture, also monomateric.


Client: Private
Location: Rome, Italy
Date: December 2011
Area: 100  sqm
Design Project:  Marco Bevilacqua, mdaa
Constructions and Production: BRANCALAB | Andrea Branca
Photo: Stefano Branca

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