New kitchen, new bathroom. Taking inspiration in the existing woodwork, opening space was the very touchstone behind the renovation of this 1930s art deco flat. The kitchen, made of caramel wood, spreads out on both sides of the living room and induces a new space. Opening the previous kitchen’s narrow space was fundamental to coherently integrate cooking in the flat’s scenography. The window opening allows the bathroom to delicately accommodate to bedroom space. The balance between interior/exterior and intimacy/privacy is consolidated by the new opening, emancipating from the flat’s previous narrowness.