The project involved the complete renovation of the decaying facade of the building on Via Corridoni, located in one of the areas closest to the center of Milan. The desire was to delineate the existing volumes as much as possible: the original Roman travertine, present in the central strip of the building, was flanked by a new, more contemporary material that could create new effects of chiaroscuro and contrast, while maintaining what was the spirit of the building. In order to better emphasize the design and volumes of the façade, the balconies were redesigned by the addition of a black drop-breaker that made them more linear and impactful. The flooring of the balconies and entrance was made of an eco-sustainable recomposed stone, with a warm and enveloping color, which replaced the previous grit. The shades of the facade were thus brightened, making it more modern.