The property is an important flat in the historic centre of Brescia, housed in a historic building that underwent major renovation in the 1960s and restyling around 2010. After many ups and downs, the property then changed hands and only in recent years were the last units completed. The building houses exclusive office activities and luxury residences. The work of architects Paolo Neè and Paola Metelli, the project consisted of a complete overhaul of the systems and plants that were upgraded and automated; a mechanised air exchange system and a new air conditioning system were installed. In addition to this, the architects designed all the furniture, including lighting and accessories chosen by them and approved by the client. This project aimed to create an elegant and functional space where all the functions of a modern home and all the comforts of a luxury flat are found in a space that is, all things told, rather small. The interior, a neutral box with precise accents, is a mix of custom-made elements designed by the architects, such as the large wardrobe in lacquered cannulated wood, and others such as the bronze partition unit, by De Castelli, made to accommodate TVs and devices but also as a bookcase element at the back, the upholstered boiserie headboard at the back of the bed with fixed and openable elements, and well-known or lesser-known pieces from the most important Italian companies, mixing contemporary style (BeB Italia’s bookcase and coffee tables, Baxter’s armchairs, Flexfrom sofas, Poliform kitchens, Amini carpets) with historical pieces, such as Giò Ponti’s table, made by Molteni, and Knoll’s head chairs.