FV House, Milan  Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment.      Date: 2010 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      <<  change project  >> 

FV House, Milan

Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment. 

 

Date: 2010 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 FV House, Milan  Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment.&nbsp;     Date: 2010 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;    

FV House, Milan

Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment. 

 

Date: 2010 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 FV House, Milan  Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment.&nbsp;     Date: 2010 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

FV House, Milan

Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment. 

 

Date: 2010 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 FV House, Milan  Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment.&nbsp;     Date: 2010 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

FV House, Milan

Located in the city centre of Milan, an apartment with not much character and with an unhappy layout was completely redesigned dismantelling the internal walls. The only features that the project retained from the former layout are the structural pillars. A central island, containing facilities and a fitted wall, is the pivot of the new fluid distribution of spaces. With this solution, the original constraint, constituted by isolated pillars, was turned into a design opportunity with character, providing formal and functional improvement to the apartment. 

 

Date: 2010 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistant: Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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