TNG – Residence in Santa Giulia is an inspiring dwelling positioned in Turin, Italy, redesigned in 2020 by PlaC.
This condominium is positioned in an early 1900s residential constructing within the coronary heart of the Vanchiglia district in Turin and is the house of a younger Italian/Argentinian couple. The undertaking noticed the whole refurbishment of a 110 sqm flat, initially composed of a spacious central entrance/hall, a kitchen, a lounge, two bedrooms, and a slender toilet. The brand new format encloses all of the servant areas right into a central space, visually connecting completely different corners of the condominium.
The inhabited area is not divided into small rooms however is a single fluid atmosphere that intercepts the sunshine getting into from all home windows of the home. To maximise the pure illumination within the central space, all of the partitions and furnishings dealing with the lounge are topped by vertical glass which permits the pure mild to enter the darker area.
The lounge, the kitchen, the principle bed room, and the studio are positioned on the perimeter aspect of the home. The central servant space consists of an entrance (which can be a ready room) for the studio, two loos, and a number of storage areas. This separation is emphasised by completely different ground finishes a picket ground in the lounge, bed room, and studio versus a concrete ground within the servant areas.
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