This south-facing 1970s two-storey penthouse apartment has been converted into a space of calm, serene beauty.
The living room has been opened up to stretch the panoramic view of the sea on the Côte d’Azur.
The north-south axes have been cleared from impediments to make room for a perspective that links the master bedroom and bathroom area with the living room, thus allowing for a flow of energy that unites day-living with night-living. A majestic limestone cylindrical wall embraces the spiral stairs that lead to the upper kitchen and a generous roof terrace.
Prominent features are the 6m-long island bar unit, with a single sheet of bronze on the top and a shell that resembles a limestone bathtub and shower-screen.
The rigorous geometry, enveloped by the limestone floor, cedar wood and bronze, gives a feeling of solemnity and archaic elegance.
The presence of modernity is unquestionable, but the ages of time have not been abandoned; rather time and space are manifested as a continuous flow.
The architecture, interior design, lighting, one-off furniture designs and fixtures are all by Claudio Silvestrin Architects.