The client explicitly refused the idea of a cold and minimalistic ambience for her home. Modernity was perceived as too standardized and non personal, while a more experienced place was preferred, where the reuse of some already owned vintage forniture could have been at its place.
The design of such private space aimed then in conjugating a contemporary use of the volumes and spacial distributions with the old times feeling explicitly requested, cultivating a style that could be appropriate within the context of a modern multi-storey reinforced concrete building. In order to do so, the residence was strongly predisposed to welcome the owner’s personality and customizations throughout the variety of materials and colors chosen to prevent any rigid rhythm and scheme for the future unpredictable evolution of the dwelling space: a one century old lesson from Adolf Loos that still is a fundamental indication for private spaces design.
62012 Civitanova Marche (MC) – Italy