On the top of a valuable Art Nouveau bound building in Milan, to refurbish a small attic  two dormer windows have been introduced with frontal ornaments in concrete grit made up from the mould of the existing historical ones below, as imposed by the Superintendence of Historical Buildings. The dormer windows are built with steel structure, insulating layers, a copper cover outside and plasterboards inside. The result is a mini-apartment with a penthouse reminding the charm of “chambres de bonnes” and mansards in Paris.




ACTIVITY: Architectural design and supervision of works


STRUCTURE DESIGN: Studio di Ingegneria G.P. Imperadori – Darfo B.T. (BS)

CONTRACTOR: Edilgap – Milan