This project comprises a radical restoration of a nineteenth-century building’s attic situated in a central urban centre. The apartment crosses transversely the wing of the building, concerning both the last floor and the attic. This has permitted to turn the new spaces towards two urban fronts, the hills on one side and the crown of mountains on the other. The two peculiar fronts acted as a guide for the position of the new spaces: the first one is a living room on the hill, characterized by a long glazed mirror next to the opal crystal table and by a lowered ceiling in pear wood. The second space is the sitting room on the Alps, containing sofas and a big oval table. These main spaces are crossed by two steel stairs leading to the two “night-cabins” adjacent to the roof.