The Trastevere Loft in Rome by MdAA architects

Italian studio MdAA architects transformed a former stable into this gorgeous loft-like apartment.

Completed in 2009, it is positioned in Trastevere, the 13th rione of Rome,  Italy.

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The Trastevere Loft in Rome by MdAA architects:

“This one particular-of-a-kind apartment in Trastevere was converted from what remained of an previous secure. In reality, Trastevere had a quantity of stables nonetheless in use until the early 1900s. These spaces were quite huge in contrast to the average properties in the area, and have been typically covered with big trusses. The maximum interior height of this apartment is about 10 m. The main design and style-relevant challenge was how to fulfill the clients’ request concerning the master bedroom: they needed a personal room entirely closed off to the voices of those employing the large open room of the old stable on the ground floor, which would serve as the residing space in the new residence.

The Loft in Trastevere in Rome, the result of the conversion undertaking by Roman architects MdAA Architetti Associati (Massimo d’ Alessandro, Paolo Pannocchi, Maria Cagnoni and Maurizio Cagnoni), has been produced from the remnants of an old barn, which Trastevere was complete of until finally the starting of 1900′s. Massive spaces, produced particularly vertically, whose dimensions have been clearly dictated by individuals of the horses and carts.”

Images by: Massimo D’alessandro

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