House N
by Quinzii Terna Architecture

Is it possible to deal with a 100 years old house? Quinzii Terna Architecture were commissioned to renovate a house from the early 20th century in Milan, completed in 2019.

The space is structured by a series of possible, changing paths, that allow a variable use of the ambient and blur the difference between inside and outside.

Location Milan, Italy
Authors Chiara Quinzii and Diego Terna (Concept, architecture design and furniture design)
Collaborators
Giovanni Saputo and Roberta Fiorentino
Furniture production
Falegnameria Bini Antonio
Photography Daniele Iodice and Quinzii Terna Architecture

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