There was once a 1960s building designed specifically for a family with young children, which perfectly reflected the style of the time. Today, that same building has been turned into a pure white, light-flooded modern home. With the living area on the ground floor and the bedrooms upstairs, this home stands out for its clean, contemporary design. This successful project by architect Luigina Bianchi for the same family meets their new requirements in terms of representation and functionality. The Mutina ceramic flooring and Fermacell suspended ceiling enhance the white but never cold living area. LED strip lights and refined design create a harmonious setting. The dining room features a Metallico table by Piero Lissoni (Porro) and Outline chairs by Arik Levy (Molteni & Co.), which have different delicate colours. A piece of artwork by Manuel Bonfanti leans parallel to the impressive resin staircase with no parapet wall, just an ethereal aura. The fireplace with a concrete hearth and pure white lacquered wainscoting panels is another highlight of the room. In front of it are two Leslie chairs by Rodolfo Dordoni (Minotti). Not too far from them is the solid wood Parla! table by Karsten Schmidt-Hoensdorf (Riva 1920) and Lem stools by Shin & Tomoko Azumi (2000, La Palma).