该项目位于罗马Appio Latino区的中心，距Caffarella公园只有几步之遥，由罗马事务所La Macchina Studio设计，两位创始人利用多种学科，在图案设计中融合了建筑、戏剧、音乐和插画，将1950年代的公寓改造成一系列奇幻的空间，创造出现实和虚构共存的戏剧化场景。
In Rome, in the heart of the Appio Latino district a few steps from the Caffarella Park, the Rome-based duo La Macchina Studio www.lamacchinastudio.net transforms a 1950s apartment into a surreal set where reality and fiction coexist in a quasi-theatrical scene.Thanks to the multidisciplinary approach of its two founders, the studio celebrates the graphic sign, in a project that fuses architecture, theatre, music and illustration.
▼项目概览，overview © Paolo Fusco
In alignment with the wishes of the clients – a young couple – the architects have, on the one hand with the help of local craftsmen, recovered the pre-existing Venetian terrazzo flooring, while on the other they have completely disrupted the internal distribution to give way to a new storytelling.Kicking off with the insertion of new materials in correspondence with the traces of the original divisions, the living area is defined by a clear band in black and Botticino marble. The area along the corridor takes up the original design of the flooring with a pinkish binder with pozzolan powder, while the bedroom is tinged with the warm nuances of brick red microcement. The result is a combination of designs in different grains and colours that creates a “collage” effect, in contrast with the absolute white of the plastered walls.
▼走廊地面使用掺火山灰的粘合剂粘接，生活区地面使用黑色大理石 © Paolo Fusco
corridor flooring using binder with pozzolan，living area flooring using black marble
The apartment reveals itself longitudinally along the main wall, which represents the limit between private and representative space and creates a landscape punctuated by three different elements.An arched door in classic blue lacquered wood leads to the sleeping area with clear lines and a welcoming atmosphere. The door, with its wooden profile that juts out 70cm towards the dining room, is the centerpiece of the living area and hides the kitchen furniture from view.The living room is the largest space in the house: a yellow curtain runs along the demolished partition, outlining the areas and drawing a soft border between the different functions.
▼经典蓝色漆面木拱门是生活区的焦点 © Paolo Fusco
the arched door in blue lacquered wood is the centerpiece of the living area
▼通往卧室，leading to bedroom © Paolo Fusco
▼向餐厅伸出70cm，extending 70cm towards the dining room © Paolo Fusco
▼从蓝色门看向生活区，view at blue door to living area © Paolo Fusco
▼黄色窗帘形成柔和边界，yellow curtain forming soft border © Paolo Fusco
▼餐厅，dining area © Paolo Fusco
▼客厅，living room © Paolo Fusco
A white lacquered bridge wardrobe hides a small study: the reader’s refuge, an intimate, silent space, isolated from the rest of the home.A grey-blue flush-to-the-wall door that seems drawn on, gives access to the salle de bain covered in white mosaic with contrasting joints, cut by an ogival passage which gives a glimpse the back wall in peacock-colored enamel and the free washbasin standing.
▼小书房，small study © Paolo Fusco
▼卧室，bedroom © Paolo Fusco
▼浴室，bathroom © Paolo Fusco
事务所的创始人Gianni Puri和Enrica Siracusa称：“我们希望通过Retroscena公寓加强空间俏皮和奇幻的特质，通过颜色对比、变换图案主题和置入惊喜元素，使不同角度的场景呈现不一样的叙事性。”
“With Retroscena, we wanted to enhance the irreverent and surreal nature of the architectural story, which is inextricably linked to its photographic alter-ego by playing with colour contrasts, graphic motifs and unexpected incursions” affirm Gianni Puri and Enrica Siracusa, founders of La Macchina Studio.
▼浴室细节，details of bathroom © Paolo Fusco
▼地面细节，details of flooring © Paolo Fusco
Retroscena offers a playful and fantastic vision of the house. Bold color choices and savvy design tricks give personality to the interiors, turning the spotlight on the inhabitants, protagonists of a theatrical – and architectural – piéce full of surprises.
▼拼贴效果，collage rendering © La Macchina Studio
▼平面，plan © La Macchina Studio
Address: Quartiere Appio Latino, Rome (Italy)
Architecture: La Macchina Studio (Gianni Puri, Enrica Siracusa)
GFA: 75 sqm
Completion: August 2020
Animations and illustrations: La Macchina Studio
Photography: Paolo Fusco
Venetian terrazzo floors
Furniture and craftsmanship in lacquered wood
Ceramic mosaic and wall enamel coverings