The owners bought this 220-square-meter apartment built in the late 1970s in its original state. Many meters were destined to winding and narrow corridors, which were strewn with doors leading to small rooms. This compartmentalization generated areas of complete darkness in the middle of the day, and EQUIPOEME emptied the apartment, leaving it completely diaphanous. From there we developed the program of needs proposed by the client, consisting of: entrance hall, living-dining room, kitchen-laundry, games room, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. To this program we added a small pantry-cellar, accessible from the outside. Unifying pavements and using white as the main color, we allowed natural light to enter by freeing the space from the tangle of partitions previously existing. Large natural oak wood panels, in combination with custom-made furniture in wood and white integrated into the space, generated spacious and clean areas.linear lighting highlights the contours, distributes light evenly to all corners, enhancing furniture and volumes. A large retractable partition divides the children's rooms, allowing them to have a large playroom when open. The furniture is also used to delimit the living-dining space and a large wooden box that encloses the main bathroom. The playroom is located behind a large transparent glass panel, which allows light to enter the living room.
Chairs: Dunnas XS, design by Chirstophe Pillet (Inclass).
Kitchen chairs: Lottus, design by Lievore Altherr Molina (Enea).
Sofa: Soft 8 (Koo International).
Poffs: Stonewashed (Fatboy).
Custom furniture: Carpintería Losada, design Equipoeme Estudio.
Lighting: Salt 4, ARKOSLIGHT
Flooring and ceramic tiling: by INALCO.Mechanisms: E2 by GIRA.
Living room, Hoot Hand Loom, GAN.
Study, Mota 2, GAN.
Master bedroom, Mini Campana design Patricia Urquiola, GAN.
Children's bedroom, Stone-wool design Diego Fortunato, NANI MARQUINA.