This intervention was made in an apartment set in an elegant building in the Moscova area in Milan, and is born from the customer’s need to make it more modern and welcoming. The entry is made important by the two cuts of light on the ceiling which gives access to the living area, where a plasterboard custom-made structure houses the TV. The eye is immediately caught by the island kitchen, communicating with the rest of the living area. The detail of the parquet strongly define the kitchen: as a carpet it gets up and leans against the back of the island itself, combining that way the two elements. In the sleeping area there is the master bedroom linked to the bathroom through a glass breach that allows light to pass through, otherwise absent. Shades and materials are neutral, to give warmth and harmony to the rooms.