The interior furnishings, in a play of overhangs without an apparent support and recesses, reveal the wooden nature of the structure and consciously show the effort made to combine the sustainability of the materials with the function that the space must assume. And this is how the laminated wood desk, with the thickness of a palm and weighing 80 kg, turns lightly on the wall, cleverly hiding the steel substructure that anchors it to the skeleton of the building, consisting of beams and pillars of fir.
The goal of what, apparently, may seem like a simple interior design intervention, hides the challenge of reusing the same construction material in multiple forms.
In this regard, the classic xlam walls become the suspended work surface; the wardrobe doors, with a white coffered base, are made with the residue of the cuts of the ceiling with acoustic larch panels, becoming an integral part of the sound abatement system, useful for a student who loves silence during his long hours of study. Daytime lighting comes from the long window above the desk, because the temptation to create a pleasant distraction was irresistible, having the surrounding landscape within reach.