3c+t Capolei Cavalli Architetti Associati studio has finished the project for living premises renovation in 2014. These premises are located on the 4th floor of multistory house, built in 1930. The house is located on Piazza di Spagna in Rome (Italy) and provides breathtaking view on Spanish Steps and Trinità dei Monti church.
Former planning was totally changed. All walls except of the main ones were removed in order to create integrated space. The apartments have spacious hall, double living room with dining zone and a fireplace, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, luxurious terrace with large dining table and marvelous city views. Open planning, modern Italian furniture, natural calm tincture and predominance of white colour make the interior fresh and attractive. Various bright pictures on the walls and original home plants emphasize and peculiarize it.

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