The renovation of the flat in Corso di Porta Romana was based on the need to transform a flat into two independent flats.
In order to define the rooms in the new flat created inside the existing one, the first step was to restore the original enfilade of the rooms by opening two large doorways. The theme of thresholds was thus introduced and solved by using marble slabs to mark the passages from one room to another, interrupting the laying of the Hungarian herringbone parquet.
Two types of marble were selected, which present themselves differently in the flat. White Carrara marble defines the entrance to the house. Placed on a low threshold, it creates a calm and ethereal niche. In the living room, the enfilade is marked by a purple Calacatta marble frame that becomes a wall covering, creating a theatrical backdrop, ready to host the dining table. Finally, white Carrara marble is found in the bedroom, where it creates a frame for the two walk-in wardrobes, each designed to meet the needs of its guest. For the renovation, the project extended to the choice of furnishings, selected through collaboration with major design brands.