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Location Contemporary Domus

The house was renovated for the first time at the end of the 90s by a Milanese architect who had been able to transform an old factory into a dwelling where light is the real protagonist with great skill. Currently the house is spread over 4 levels, connected by a sculptural staircase that overlooks the large sloping window. It can be interpreted as a modern version of the Roman Domus, with its central courtyard surrounded by windows that look at each other. The interiors have been revisited, while keeping the layout almost unchanged, with the exception of a few small demolitions. Eclectic is the adjective that best describes the choices followed in the interiors: a succession of colorful environments, different from each other, as if they were small neighborhoods within a city, each characterized by its own spirit.

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