PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      <<  change project  >> 

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 PR House, Milan  The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.     Date: 2007 | 2011  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro  Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza  Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli  Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

PR House, Milan

The project involved the restoration of a small palace built in the early 1900s in the city centre of Milan. Although maintaining all the building’s original features, it made radical changes to the ground floor and the attic. The storage basement was raised so as to have the same height as the courtyard. This choice marks a series of spaces that from the main entrance cut through the stairwell and the living room, and succeed each other all the way to the courtyard at the rear of the building. The staircase, which used to lead from the road directly to the first floor, was replaced by a new flight connected to the other flights that lead to the upper floors. The storage spaces in the attic were reclaimed and included in the living quarters. In correspondence of these spaces, two wide copper skylights give character to the main façade. Although the project aimed at harmonizing the existing and new spaces, the inclusion of wooden straight-shaped elements underlines the discontinuity between the new rooms and those that have undergone conservation.

 

Date: 2007 | 2011

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: David Bigi, Eduardo Jose Giraldez Caro

Structural Engineer: Marco Medizza

Plumbing and Heating Engineer: Fabio Fumagalli

Service Engineer: Paolo Passarella

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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