The apartment is located inside a fifteenth-century building, more precisely palace Bevilacqua-Mazzucchi built by a famous architect, urban planner from renaissance called Biagio Rossetti.
For the realization of the new bathroom has opted for a complete demolition of the existing bathroom including flooring, floors and partitions.
The new arrangement sees the separation of the single compartment into two spaces.
The first compartment is made by an intimate area where are placed the sinks and the furniture. A second compartment, more intimate, are placed toilet and bidet biside the bath and the shower which can be reached by a step.
The bathroom furniture are by the Flaminia company, while the tap is Bossini company. The wall facing the sinks and shower was made entirely by the method ''microtopping'' which is based by pigmented cement colored in blue, obtaining a full sealing of the wall.
Ceilings and walls are made of plasterboard.
The floor is entirely made of aged oak.
A careful search of enlightenment, with lighting designed by Peter Zumthor, bringing out a completely design furniture made in MDF black.
project team:Federico Gamarro
contractor:Govoni Costruzioni s.n.c.
wiring system:System Elettronica
hidraulic system:Termoidraulica Peverati
date of commission:2013
date of construction:2013