A 1960s apartment with an “L” shaped layout is divided in two parts: two different outlooks determine two arrangements of the interior space. The living area faces the dynamic scenery of the railway and consists of an open and broad space made for receiving people and conviviality. The kitchen furniture, the only designed item, organises the space. The dense sequence of spaces of the bedrooms’ area look at the quiet river landscape and the residential neighbourhood, and is organised by a long corridor furnished with wall units. The flooring changes to underline the more private area; this, like the windows’ reveals, is a memory of the old demolished interior.