Situated in Piacenza, Romolo Stanco was developed property with white themes and minimalist interior design. The ground floor is 81 square meter even though a 1st floor is 42 square meter. The white color is dominating about the floors and hightlights the shadows, the distances and the independent elements like chairs, a sofa, a table and other furniture. When you enter the residence you see an open space that seeks a balance in between the linearity imposed by the extended, parallel main walls. The central table in structural glass (style Romolo Stanco for NIccolai), surrounded by Panton chairs (Verner Panton for Vitra) filters the living room open space in a quiet, understated way, also offering a counterpoint to the sofa. The loft location, which can only be reached by climbing the suspended dinosaur-back like stairs, is the unwind-night zone. It is only separated from the living area by a glass that has the exact same function of theatrical wings. The vital, low bed is opposed to the expressive bathtub (“La vasca” by Matteo Thun).