The design by Eikon Tactil by Vimar for a Roman attic housed in the former archive of a university faculty

In Rome, in the Ponte Milvio area, on the top floor of a historic building, the MCMArch studio has created a project thanks to which spaces previously used as archives of a university faculty have been transformed into the residence of a couple with two teenage children .

An attic that is characterized by having preserved some original elements, such as the terrace with the roof terrace, characterized by “gothic” openings that frame the dome of St. Peter in the distance, and the black and white checkered floor made of concrete and slate.

A material, the latter, also taken up in the interiors, for example in the thresholds of the large French windows that give access to the terrace. From the terrace you enter the large living space which, with the kitchen area, forms a single double-height environment in which the wooden trusses (restored and painted white) are highlighted by diffused lighting.

Eikon Tactil devices by Vimar were chosen for lighting control. From these touch controls, discreetly positioned within each room, owners can manage each light source. The smooth surface of the pure crystal plate that covers Tactil, chosen in the diamond white version, allows precise energy control.