The project revolves around the insertion of an insert, a double cross-pitch volume that marks the transition between the ground floor of the shed – the place used for work machinery – and the half-floor that houses an office area.
The volume manifests itself as an almost abstract element and, through the orientation of the mutually perpendicular pitches, generates a directionality within the space itself. The grey, uniform colour on the outside is contrasted by the interior spaces, entirely covered in glossy white tiles.
Finally, the lighting contributes to generating an orientation within the volume. Suspended linear elements mark its rhythm and follow a pattern of criss-crossing linear bands.