Year: 2014
Client: Private

It was decided to preserve the original structure of the house, preferring the view of Borromini’s bell tower. Some works of art, conceived specifically for the house, take their cue from the bell tower, such as the concentric circles by Maria Dompè.

The works of art characterize the rooms: they are not decorations, they are the very structure of the house.

Trespassing becomes a way of life while the house is transformed into a quality enclosure that triggers sensory experiences. The furniture is a combination of old family furniture, historical design pieces (the famous sofas by Mies Van Der Rohe) and Lago beds. Most of the furniture is designed for the occasion, in a game in which, however, the design never competes with the artwork.