This 14th Century building has undergone several transformations, most recently by Italian architecture firm Supervoid in 2017.
Positioned along one of Rome’s most historic streets, the Via del Corso, ‘Palazzo Doria Pamphilj’ is a gallery in this picturesque area of the capital. After going through several construction phases over four centuries, the gallery is a patchwork project of many people’s input and ideas. Architecture team Supervoid has renovated one of the many apartments in the complex into a sleek, gray themed home.
In keeping with the building’s traditional function, the architects stripped the apartment of any stylistic or “trivial” features. The result is an interior that is covered with white surfaces, and soft, diffused lighting with navy tiling and livid-colored doors. Light also filters through the translucent white arched roof, helping the home to feel spacious despite the low ceilings.
Dotted around the home, a historic collection of sculptures and paintings can be seen, linking this apartment to the historic and influential Palazzo Doria Pamphilj.
Architecture team Supervoid has renovated one of the many apartments in the complex into a sleek, gray themed home.
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