In the heart of the millenary town of Naples, with its incomparable charm and atmosphere, a couple of young architects open the doors of their atelier flat; it is an appartement whose rational project perfectly combine with the historical context.
Everywhere inside landlady Alessandra’s paintings and sculptures are exposed.
The materials mark the different levels of this appartment located in the building adjoining San Lorenzo Maggiore church. The church long stained-glass windows appear at the internal terraces, and sometimes you can hear the monks singing.
Looking through appartment large windows, look at Naples ancient magnificence rests: roman ruins; gotic stained-glass windows, baroque façades and statues.
The room, silent and pleasant, is protected by chestnut wood window shutters that protect this cosy place. From there you can reach the terrace, dominated by the San Lorenzo Maggiore enormous stained-glass window. Here you can have your biological breakfast and sometimes hear the monks singing, like a far-away echo.
Confort is given by attention to details and materials and by the harmony of espaces blending with this age-old context.