A challenging project
The intervention can be immediately seen as challenging: a small ground floor with two windows facing the street, a mezzanine of insufficient height, a second floor with the minimum required height and a loft.
Such a project would have been unrealizable and even unthinkable with the traditional contract logics; if the architect is not also the head of the workshop and the site manager, the execution discontinuities that are created prevent the co-ordination of the architectural scale, the plant-engineering scale and the furniture in order of millimetres.
A highly sartorial solution
This business has been conceived in a fully sartorial manner; architecture is combined with plant engineering and furniture; given the fact that the heights are not those for the traditional suspended ceilings that house the systems, here everything is embedded like the gears of a watch case, the systems are completely integrated in the furniture; everything has been foreseen and designed in detail as from the very first design phase and suitably made for the customer.
The only pieces of furniture chosen from standard production are the Minotti upholstered pieces of furniture due to the quality of the contractproduct guaranteed by the Meda company.