The location on Via Gian Galeazzo, with its elongated and irregular layout, boasts an open kitchen around which a series of interconnected spaces unfolds, each with varying dimensions: the small and intimate private room, the spacious main dining area, the wine cellar, also in plain view, the bar corner, and the final of the rooms that completes this virtual journey. These spaces are distinct but share a unified design language, as everything here speaks of Argentina, starting from the cement tile floors with patterns typical of architecture from former Spanish colonies, to the furnishings: the old credenza, the chairs, the bar corner fridge, the entrance door, the tall shutters that shield the full-height windows – all meticulously restored pieces, brought directly from overseas.

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