A clear division between representation and residential areas and enhancement of architectural elements already existing (studio, brick arches, fireplace and antique mirrors).
From the reinterpretation of the internal organization of the trapped rooms, typical of the stately homes in Turin, they were identified three focal points of distribution: the wardrobe, the kitchen and the entrance. They regulate the flow of the inside spaces abolishing the use of the hall. These spaces become places with the highest density of architectural content. To support of them, they are flanked by the large living room overlooking the spectacular river, the master bedrooms and service. High-quality materials, such as marble and oak floors, were used extensively to raise the standard and safeguard the preciousness of some existing elements.