Milano, 2016
A small house full of light and colour where a system of blue doors acts as main character.
A small one-bedroom apartment in the Porta Romana area in Milan has been renovated for a young student. A colourful sliding door system is integrated with bespoke furniture so as to form a single unit of furniture that encompasses all the rooms of the home.
From the entrance and in every room the door system, depending on whether open or closed, creates a game of colours and surfaces that brings attention to the corners – through three-dimensional or movable panels.
A bench along the living room wall becomes a container, a seat and a shelf for objects: in this way, the reduced area of ​​the living room is exploited to the maximum.

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Commission
concept design, developed design, technical design and construction supervision
Contractors
Edil 2000 snc (building contractor)
Arredo 90 srl (wood carpenter)
Client
private
Photos
Federico Villa studio
 
 
 
 

Via Raffaele Parravicini n° 16
20125 Milano

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Architects
Marcello Bondavalli
Nicola Brenna
Carlo Alberto Tagliabue
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