Clean lines and a metropolitan atmosphere define Architect Francesca Zannori’s industrial style for this 85 sq. m. apartment renovation in Rome’s Casilina quarter. The house needed general updating and more practical redistribution of its areas to maximize the overall space.
The home has been redesigned with a dynamic balance of colors and furnishing, creating movement between the central living area and the other rooms around it.
The area has been transformed into an open space; the kitchen and living room are divided by an industrial-style glass wall. The rest of the apartment follows suit, with a stone-finish tile wall and wood-look flooring, both leading the eye from area to area.
The bedroom has the same feel of the living room, and is completed by a small private bathroom with a walk-in shower. The shower has pebble flooring, the same found in the main bathroom, and honeycomb-cut, natural stone tiling. The main bathroom was redesigned to extend the length and floor space.