Twin Lofts is an incredible architecture project located in the southern part of Milan from Federico Delrosso. What was once a factory became an impressive residential complex, “a single-cell organism divided into two volumes structurally identical and internally similar but opposite”. The residence of these twin homes are the architect, Federico Delrosso and Alessandro Sartori, a renowned Italian fashion designer. Here is more information: “The ground floors of the two lofts, each comprise the mirrored halls, open kitchens, and the apertures onto the small private gardens, a long table with high seating, a bathroom and the staircase that goes up to the floors above.”
“Working with similar components I made interiors with various spirits. In the first, truth be told, the staircase is the solid element, on account of its volumes (which incorporate the bathroom), the crude material (cured iron) with exposed welds and the risers of the stairs left empty, so that as you go up your point of view changes and the staircase is helped and gains the consistency of origami. In the second space, by differentiate, I dematerialized the staircase using precious stone for the treads and transforming the supporting structure into a straightforward white ventured line (painted iron) which created upwards.” We think this thought of turning an old factory into a home is sustainable and daring. Furthermore, as we are looking through the final products, we can’t resist the urge to welcome this venture much more. How would you find it?
source: fresh home