With a hidden kitchen that can be discovered when desired, this renovated 47m2 apartment in Italy has been made contemporary, following works by the architecture studio Massimo Zanelli. The professionals preserved the beautiful elements such as the poutres and created a new plan, limit for the opening to the presence of a very spacious mur porteur of 60 cm, traversing the volume and representing an essential counter in les choix de conception.
The central block solution has therefore been retained, which regroups both the kitchen and the passage spaces between the lounge and the bedroom. The poutres en bois de la toiture have been preserved and restored, marrying a contemporary and warm decoration, and creating a successful dialogue between the different eras, in this renovated 47m2 apartment that does not lack personality. Photography: Studio Daido
Renovated 47 m2 apartment in Italy with hidden kitchen
With a hidden kitchen that can be discovered at any time, this renovated 47 m2 apartment in Italy has become contemporary after the work was undertaken by architecture studio Massimo Zanelli. The professionals kept the beautiful old elements such as the beams, and created a new plan, limited for the opening to the presence of a very thick load-bearing wall of about 60 cm, crossing the volume and which represented an essential constraint in the design. elections.
Therefore, the solution of a central block was chosen, which groups both the kitchen and the transition spaces between the living room and the bedroom. The wooden beams of the roof have been preserved and restored, combining with a contemporary and warm decor and creating a successful dialogue between the different periods in this renovated apartment of 47 m2, which does not lack personality. Photography: Studio Daido
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