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August 1, 2020

Transformation of a building of the 30s in Milan
In the district of Porta Nuova, in Milan, the architect Roberto Bagnato has transformed the Timavo House, respecting the traditional and elegant building of the Thirties, in a residence, highly technological, modern and functional, combining the comfort of wood paneling and home automation, marble and geothermal energy, innovation and beauty, private gardens, terraces and frescoes. Where modern corten steel inserts integrate with antique marble staircases and large glass surfaces of the old time.
     The choice of materials and colors of the external facades was based on visual harmony. A splendid restored fresco contrasts with the modernity of the fitness area for residents and the lighting project, curated by Studio Bagnato, highlights the area dedicated to the concierge that opens onto an important hall enriched by woodwork and spaces dedicated to co-working.
     Each residence, for a total of 26 apartments built according to high standards of efficiency, environmental sustainability and technologies, is equipped with all the latest technological comforts and large outdoor spaces. The whole is certified in the highest energy class a and equipped with heating and cooling floor, controlled mechanical ventilation systems, home automation of the latest generation, to which is added a photovoltaic system for the common parts of the residence, to optimize the consumption of energy and economic resources.
     There is a great attention to the environment and efficiency and consumption, but also attention to details and design of spaces thanks to the choice of quality finishes and high quality materials that make the property even more valuable and more welcoming and comfortable the environments.

(Source: AREAeditorial office)


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