This apartment on the last floor of a 1960s building in the heart of Milan features a fully glazed wall, which opens onto a terrace overlooking the spacious living room and master bedroom. The materials reflect the genius loci of the home. The interior and the house are characterised by wax-treated teak floors and vertical coverings made with grey anodised aluminium strips. The project redefined the spaces completely. The old partition walls were replaced with large bookcases and teak containers, which separate the living area from the bedroom and bathroom area. The main bathroom has a Verde Alpi marble floor and bathtub, whereas the second bathroom features a mosaic of small white tiles. Original 50s and 60s design pieces, such as the Florence Knoll sofas and the Venier Panton, Charlotte Perriard, and Carlo Scarpa lighting fixtures, fit perfectly with the other furnishes and coverings made of teak and glass.