corso vittorio emanuele II 12 - Torino - Italy
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The Idea that generates the project is the desire to not to use internal doors. Distributing all the spaces and the living/night area functions without the use of doors and partitions, has been the challenge of this intervention. The cube of in-situ concrete, is the one and only distribution element. This volume, which hosts the bedroom, disengages the kitchen, the living room, the dressing room and the dining room. The concrete "cave" is raised 10 cm from the floor. Through the use of mirrors on the floor, the artifact becomes light and floating. The floor is obtained with the use transparent epoxy resin casted directly on the screed. The appearance of this type of resin denounces the "industrial" character attended by the designers and the client.