The Trastevere Loft In Rome By MdAA Architects

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

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

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The Trastevere Loft in Rome by MdAA architects:

“This a single-of-a-sort apartment in Trastevere was converted from what remained of an old stable. In reality, Trastevere had a quantity of stables nevertheless in use till the early 1900s. These spaces were really big compared to the average homes in the location, and had been typically covered with massive trusses. The maximum interior height of this apartment is about 10 m. The primary style-related challenge was how to fulfill the clients’ request concerning the master bedroom: they wanted a private area totally closed off to the voices of those utilizing the huge open space of the old steady on the ground floor, which would serve as the living room in the new house.

The Loft in Trastevere in Rome, the outcome of the conversion project by Roman architects MdAA Architetti Associati (Massimo d’ Alessandro, Paolo Pannocchi, Maria Cagnoni and Maurizio Cagnoni), has been developed from the remnants of an old barn, which Trastevere was full of till the beginning of 1900′s. Big spaces, created especially vertically, whose dimensions had been certainly dictated by these of the horses and carts.”

Pictures by: Massimo D’alessandro

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