The renovation of the spaces located in a building of the city
centre, but constructed after the war, suggested a minimisation of the masonry interventions, emphasizing instead the features of the new usage through light and materials. In this way then the public areas – entrance, waiting room, corridor and meeting room – differentiate thanks to a punctual lighting with warm tones, whereas the offices are characterized with beams of neutral and continuous light along the upper side of the walls. The unitary quality of the whole is given by the elevated dark pavement, underneath where develops the thermal, electric and computer data system, and that extends vertically in the waiting room to host a picture portraying the Justice. The sketches of the same portrait and other paintings with neoclassical themes complete the walls of the public areas, whereas some furniture, such as the meeting table, are design and realized to measure contextually to the architectural project.