Located on the old town of Faenza at the foot of the Sub Apennine hill, the loft of a nineteenth century building has been renovated by Italian architects Pinoni + Lazzarini for a young and dynamic family.
Architects: Pinoni + Lazzarini
Location: Faenza, Italy
Photography: Courtesy of Pinoni + Lazzarini
The reinforced concrete becomes the predominant element furnishings, the concrete surface suspended, through all the rooms of the house, from the living area to the sleeping area, highlighting the structural characteristics becoming way to the kitchen, fireplace and headboard of the bed, tying together any living space.
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Inspiration from architect:
The environments of the upper and lower are conceived therefore as a single space, thanks to the presence of the railing glass that does not create a perceptual limit towards the underlying area.