There is an elegant building adjacent to the Paolo Giovio archaeological museum, in the historic center of the city of Como, on the central Via Vittorio Emanuele within the walled city; some apartments will have a view of the museum’s park where important centuries-old trees stand. The apartment in question is on the fourth floor. Internally it has been divided into a large living area with a dining room, a living room, and an open kitchen; in addition, a small terrace overlooking Brunate and a second terrace give the room plenty of light. The sleeping area has been divided into a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, two additional bedrooms, and two bathrooms. During the construction phase, it is still possible to change the internal layout. A triumph of art and nature adorn these prestigious apartments, a combination of tradition and comfort, luxury and modernity accompanied by a state-of-the-art home automation system. The specifications chosen by the architect are rich in precious materials that will be used to finish the apartments. The building will be completely redeveloped with innovative systems and technologies, underfloor heating, air conditioning, and an elevator that will serve all floors. Moreover, for each apartment, a spacious garage can be purchased and there will be an area for bicycles.