A very small apartment within a very “Milanese” building dated 1900. Two rooms plus a bath room, characterized by a narrow footprint com- pared to the quite high ceiling. Windows, doors, and above all the floor tiles, had finishes and materials survived to another century: something precious to save as a resource for the new inhabitants of this space. The strong identity of the interiors and the peculiarity of the narrow high section, gave the chance for a minimum but very significant interven- tion. We tought it was only necessary to unveil the hidden potential of the space, leaving almost untouched all the rest. Nothing melanchonical, but also no obsession for contemporarity. Adding a new layer to the ex- iguos surface availble in the house was necessary. Making the trajectory to reach it architectonically visible, was all we needed to do. A new thin wireframe wrapping the bodies while approching to “+1 level”: a sus- pended night area inside the old house.