A semi-detached house just outside Rome, not a juxtaposition between bucolic peace and metropolitan chaos, but the response to the new needs of living halfway between nature and city in environments flooded with light in contact with greenery. Walls and volumes with a textural surface in Blue Klein, like works of art, contrast with the softness of the oakwood floor, a set of carefully chosen bold furnishings that enhance the space by attracting the gaze with the sculptural fireplace in white Carrara marble. Open and flowing spaces, where cooking, dining, reading and socializing, characterize the ground floor, the living and dining room are connected to the kitchen through large sliding doors with a thin iron black profile. Total black for the guest bathroom folded like a treasure chest in black Marquinia marble with brass details. The first floor is entirely dedicated to the sleeping area, where in the master suite, equipped with walk-in closet and bathroom, the balance between a strong colour such as Klein blue with lighter colours constitute the perfect formula for an elegant and comfortable bedroom.