The new life of a nineteenth-century Villa
A nineteenth-century townhouse in the historical matrix of Florence was completely refurbished in a contemporary manner. The remodelling was all-inclusive from the urban planning and structural aspects to the interior design project. Work included renewing the roof and conservatively restoring the entranceway on surfaces with precious frescos as well as the flooring. The finishing chosen for the walls was natural limewash in white and light grey hues, while for the flooring, excepting resin for the stairs, bleached durmast wood was used. Finishing in the bathrooms was gres and Bisazza mosaic tiling. The interior design project regarded furnishings as well as the coordinated selection of the stairs and all the fixtures, including the made-to-measure fixture along the opening of the topmost floor where it overlooks the lower floor above the living room.