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Porta un bacione a Firenze


Porta un bacione a Firenze

A flat located in Florence where colors and volumes intertwine and overlap each other in order to create a dynamic and homely environment.

A building, designed in fifties by the architect  Michelucci, flooded of light and crowded of terraces, serves as frame for the restructuring of the flat of a young couple of doctors. The apartament, with a net inner surface of roughly 100 sqm, spreads itself towards the city through a magnificent terrace, which almost fully embraces the flat.

The works reinterpret the existing surface and volume in order to shape the space according to the customer’s needs, but in a practical manner: the kitchen with an island, the owner’s suite which includes an office room to seek shelter, the living room where just relax watching favourite tv series..

The dense and saturated colors are deployed to underline the contours of service spaces : kitchen and bathrooms, along with the entrance, always in the quest for an environment that at same time shows firm and resolute characteristics combined with welcoming and comfortable spaces.

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Credits by Dalmar Abdulcadir

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  • L'Usine

    L’Usine is a factory. It is formed by a team of young architects of different provenance and formative skills who after varied international experiences have taken the decision to combine their work experiences and friendship. Francesca Eandi and Lisa Taibi are the core of L’Usine which is based in Turin, Milan and Paris. L’Usine care about architecture, design and communication. They believe in the urban regeneration and re-distribution of space. They love cities and landscape and are eager to learn from existing environment, respecting the territory in which they operate. L’Usine don’t love squandering on materials or spacing and are not obsessed by originality but is interested in good manners and in the accuracy of details. They believe in the visibility ad a value to be protected and in the lightness of touch (spiritual, too) as well as in the open exchange of ideas among professional profiles. L’Usine believe that comparing and listening, activities are essential in the experimentation and in the uniqueness of a single project, whether it is an object or a specific area of a city. L’Usine tend to create enjoyable spaces and palces.

  • Francesca Eandi
  • Lisa Taibi

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