Bruno Spreafico’s furniture, made of solid wood and iron, seamlessly and naturally integrates into this context, contributing to defining the atmosphere of the space. The bookcase becomes a central element in the living room area, thanks to its modular design that alternates wooden and laminated shelves, and accommodates the TV. A second modular bookcase acts as a divider between the living room and the kitchen, where a table embodies the two stylistic lines of the apartment: the table’s iron legs evoke an industrial aesthetic, while the top, composed of irregularly shaped solid wood planks, reflects a preference for curved lines and the irregularity seen throughout the rest of the furnishings. The project is completed with a wall bookcase, featuring an iron plate and solid wood supports, and a sideboard made of solid wood and iron. Both elements emphasize the combination of raw material textures and modern, captivating lines.