Historical Center: In the heart of Rome, close to Gianicolo we propose this elegant little palace in a mixed solution Residential - Directional based on a project of a well-known international architecture study.
The building, dating back to the early 900,is in a protected urban context, with buildings from different times and is divided into two sections, with one side dedicated to the directional activity (office with separate entrance and private courtyard access) and a residential part with a diversified and separate entrance.
Overall, the working area is about 120 sqm while the residential part, with a different access from the other side of the building, is distributed on the ground floor and on the first floor and it is about 120 sqm on the ground floor and 80 sqm on the first floor. The overall commercial surface is about 340 square meters.
The complete renovation of this property has had as its goal, in the residential part, the sharp division between the living area on the ground floor, including a large entrance, a large room, a kitchen and a guest toilet, and the sleeping area on the first floor, with 3 bedrooms and two large bathrooms, as well as corridors, closets and hallways.
The entrance, illuminated by natural light and an excellent distribution of artificial lights,leads to the living room and separated it from the kitchen, made by the annexation of two premises. It leads through a hallway and through the living area, creating an open space with the dining area within the living room. A guest bathroom is on the ground floor and also contains a laundry area.
A staircase, made of iron and wood, leads on the sleeping area on the first floor, and consists of a master bedroom with bathroom and two further bedrooms with a second bathroom as well as several custom cabinets, closet and walk-in closets obtained in the spaces useful. The entire floor of the house is made o light listoni parquet.
The working area, a total of 5 rooms, is structured around one of the sides of the exclusive private courtyard with independent access and it is distribuited around the secretary-desk room.
In the renovation project the main goal was to create autonomous working spaces but at the same time related to each other.
The decision to build some glass partitions has resulted in large bright spaces. The different working areas are facing the center of the room in the secretary area and are ideally connected by a white ceiling beams as opposed to the schematic general office floor plan.
The main colors are white, and the light color with the parquet honey tones; neutral tones highlight the shapes and some pieces of furniture that characterize this working space.
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