The firm was contacted for the first time in 1986 to renovate this farmhouse (dating back to 1906) according to the needs of an extended family, and, again in 2004, by the same owner, to adapt the building to the new mononuclear family structure and to redesign the interiors with a project that interacts with the existent furniture (70’s design and pieces from end of 19th century) and the owner’s collections. Because of the versatility and variety of the pieces and for the purpose of giving décor unity, we have intervened with a transversal approach, combining the exhibit theories and the compositional techniques of the material art. Concerning interior design, furnishings are arranged in order to create a feeling of naturalness and casual disposition, satisfying the customer’s request of an apparent minimization of intervention. The project focus was the use of the surfaces, which are characterized by attention to detail and to craftsmanship historical technique, becoming the sculptural backdrop for collections. Colors, techniques and materials have been chosen philologically in relation to the elements they had to exhibit. The layout has been redesigned to adapt the sleeping areas, no longer exploited, in day complementary rooms (library, study, ..) and the creation of a space in the heart of the house, for receiving and “being together with friends”; the private rooms have been repositioned on the side areas.