Located in a pleasant courtyard in the city center, Loft M50 is the result of the conversion of a portion of a building originally used as a body shop.
To obtain a wider and more regular plant, the wall that divided the two narrow and long huts was removed.
Furthermore, to create a private outdoor space, a portion of the roof has been eliminated. This well of light, which further increases the brightness of the environment, is bordered on two sides by large sliding windows that create a continuity between inside and outside.
To take advantage of the height, three metal carpentry mezzanines were built: a mezzanine houses the bedroom with an exposed bathtub and a small bathroom, while the other two are relaxation areas or spaces for guests.
In the large open space that houses the sitting area and the dining area, the stairs leading to the mezzanines are characterized by different shapes and colors to soften a symmetry that would have given the interior a severe image.
Under the larger mezzanines there are the walk-in closet, the entrance to the house decorated with wallpaper, the main bathroom and the study with independent entrance.
The sliding panel with wooden slats that separates the study from the rest of the house was made to design as well as the fixed furnishings and the kitchen that finds space under the smaller mezzanine and is shielded by a masonry partition.
Inside the white prevails which contrasts with the black iron and is heated by elements in birch plywood.
The lighting has been carefully studied to create particular atmospheres according to the different functional spaces.