Avant-garde and details of maximum inspiration, this is the result of the reform that this penthouse of 240 square meters made in 2007 the Italian firm Damilano Studio . A firm that this year has been nominated to the Prize of Contemporary Architecture of the European Union.
The house was an old penthouse, but thanks to the good work has ended up converted into a luxury apartment equipped with a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms with Jacuzzi. All bathed in a soft and intimate light that seems to be designed to achieve maximum relaxation between these walls.
Art has a prominent role in the attic, and also music, as revealed by this exquisite corner in which a grand piano rests illuminated by a modernist lamp. A gesture that can respond both to a liking for music and to taste for ostentatious decoration.
In the bedrooms we have opted for zen decoration, this being minimal but with large beds supported on tatami, oriental style. This space connects with the bathroom, a place of authentic luxury that houses a small Jacuzzi and that takes advantage of the sloping architecture of the roof to create a unique and privileged atmosphere.