A comfortable and perfectly designed apartment of almost 60 square meters, with wooden floors and natural-colored exposed beams. The suite has a living area entrance with a rationalist sofa that can be transformed into a third bed, flanked by the amazing Garbo lamp, designed by the Japanese artist Mariyo Yagi. In the dining area there is an efficient equipped kitchen. In the bedroom there is an interesting futurist wardrobe, a small but efficient study area with a 50s bookshelf, and a sculptural chandelier by the firm Sciolari from 60s. The innovative bathroom elements, model Ipsilon, were designed by ceramist Antonia Campi in 1969.