At the time of the project, Noses Architects consisted of Mohamed Keilani and Luca Gasparini. Now the two architects have gone their separate ways, and we will continue to cover projects by both.
They had already stood out for projects such as Kooks and Casa Prati, masterpieces in which different elements and styles were combined to create a strikingly effective whole, and yet in the Monteverdi project Noses seek purity of forms and materials. Natural iron, white wood (open-pored ash) and glass determine the identity of minimal, elegant spaces, while the layout is made to be as flexible as possible thanks to sliding and folding doors permitting a variety of different configurations of space.
An exercise in style that goes against the trend of other projects by Noses covered in Floornature.