In Grenfell flat number 202, on the 23rd floor, a young Italian couple, Gloria Trevisan and Marco Gottardi, were building a new life for themselves in London. They'd only been in the capital three months.
On the night of the fire, Gloria called her mother, in Italy to say goodbye. A year on, her mother, Emanuela Disaro, and her father, Loris Trevisan, told ITV News they are still angry, and can't believe such a thing could happen in England.
The last time they spoke to their daughter was on the night of the fire. As flames engulfed the tower Gloria and her boyfriend made a series of harrowing phone calls to Italy.
Final farewells and poignant messages she left for friends and family - details of which often too painful to reveal.
They had only been in London for three months. Both had jobs at architecture firms and they were happy.
On Instagram Gloria posted pictures of them enjoying the city they now called home. Out with friends, even the view from their flat on the 23rd floor. But their safety was never an issue.
The advice from firefighters to 'stay put' - the advice that kept Gloria and Marco in their flat while others ran - was wrong.
At the cemetery near her home town not far from Venice is the plaque where Gloria is buried.
She is pictured with Marco - together as they were when they died.