The result is a free – almost minimalist – building, liberated from architectural interference. Natural light enhances the fluid interior, and a limited palette of natural stone, wood, steel and concrete gives the spaces a sturdy, harmonious feel. The oak provides a warming touch, while steel forms a tactile discord with the stone and concrete.
The building has two arms, the first aligned with the street and the other with the thick interior wall. A staircase is positioned between these two bodies, acting as a hinge between the spaces. The first apartment opens onto the courtyard and garden, and a second duplex apartment is situated on the floors above, with bedrooms on the lower floor and a living room and kitchen upstairs – perfect for access to the rooftop terrace.