In a setting full of history and culture, an old parish house is renovated and turned into a fusion of modernity that maintains a feel of past times. Light colours, tone upon tone, recall the materials and the nuances that characterise the location within which the building is set.
Making spaces that were previously used as a parish home functional and suitable for accommodating daily family life, respecting the past. The conservative refurbishment has been managed to guarantee the protection of the atmosphere that has always characterised the setting.
The house is arranged on three levels and is characterised by the long corridors that have been enhanced during the renovation thanks to the installation of a gallery of vintage images. All the walls have been painted with an optic white that is lit and softened by the use of wood and custom-designed furniture. Candour, natural light and delicate details make the atmosphere of the house appear to be frozen in time, making the rooms an oasis of peace detached from the frenzy of the modern world.
The house is characterised by a unique and ad-hoc element: a glass box, located in the exact centre of the house, features the kitchen where everything is pure white. Everything overlooks the garden, a green corner set in the historic centre, where its pure forms are integrated into the context, enhancing and respecting the entire environment.