The apartment of 85 sqm, is located in Rome in the district of Monte Mario. The need of the commissioners was to adapt the organisation of the building to the life-style and the rhythms of a couple of young workers. It was required to have a most flexible space where they could organize dinners and parties with friends, a place where they could work at home while remaining separated from the rest of the living areas, a room where to receive guests, where host a child assuming, in the future, an enlargement of the family. Despite being well-oriented and equipped with a threefold overlooking, the property was found to be too fractionated and darkness : an entrance and a corridor were dividing into smaller and darker environments the central area distributing the rest of the rooms. In addition, there was one only bathroom unfit to suit the needs and the rhythms of today . Each space was separate to the rest of the house without a real bond with the others. The structure of the building, consisting of pillars, made of reinforced concrete and plugging in masonry has allowed a rationalisation of the central area of the apartment, the true heart of the intervention. The design solution has favored the fluidity and openness of the spaces, and has guaranteed, at the same time, the maximum contribution to light all the environments and their confidentiality with respect to specific functions. The living area has been opened, it has become more user-friendly, more suitable also to receive people in a less formal setting. The kitchen has been put into communication with the living-dining area through a glazed diaphragm that gave character to the entire property. The sleeping area has preserved the existing plant of the two rooms, but within one of the two, was created a second bathroom In this way was guaranteed a more flexible solution, suitable to organize the study room , the guest room and, in the future, even the bedroom of a child. Taking advantage of the height of the property and, because it was devoid of cellar, were then made several lofts and wardrobes.