DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     <<  change project  >>

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

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 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

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 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

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 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>

 DI House, Milan  The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.    Date: 2014 | 2015  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo     &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;

DI House, Milan

The project aim was the remodeling of an apartment built in the first years of the 20th Century, located in the heart of Milano ,the main goal was to blend the new technological needs with its venerable past, maintaining and restoring all the valuable pre-existing elements. The new interventions focused on the restrooms and the kitchen originally located in a decentralized position, quietly liaise with the surrounding older architecture in perfect harmony and the decision of moving the kitchen closer to the dining room and to connect the two areas through a large entrance, radically changed the house scheme and how the spaces are perceived, defining a bright and flowing living area. The finishing that gives to this project a special glow is the consistent attention to details, the choose and the use of the finest materials and the study of all the architectural particulars.

Date: 2014 | 2015

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

<< change project >>