We love to see how architects transform difficult-to-solve spaces, obtaining surprising results such as that of this attic rehabilitated in Madrid by the architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez. A professional who has intervened in this penthouse of sixty square meters very well used.
The attic is located in an emblematic building built in the early twentieth century and located in the heart of the Spanish capital. In it, the architect who has worked on its reform has tried to make the most of the space, providing it with different heights, although the attic barely has partitions.
The project, baptized as Unlimited Space, has been commissioned by the Spanish Association of Ceramic Tile and Pavement Manufacturers, and hence the importance and role of ceramics in this house, and in particular, white ceramic tiles that cover floors, walls, floors and even serve to build the attic.
Thanks to the lack of dividers already commented, in the attic two floors are perfectly distinguished. The upper one, ready to accommodate the bedroom, and the lower one, in which the spaces for the day are located, from the living room area to the office or the kitchen.Advertising
In addition to plants, space also It is divided into several sub-levels to help compartmentalize, communicated at most per couple of steps. A fact that although it helps to divide spaces and create a very attractive spatial vision, it can be uncomfortable for its tenants on a daily basis.
Regarding the decoration of this bright attic in which white is the prevailing color and in which the old moldings of the house have been respected, we can find ** Nordic air furniture **, classical sculptures, and very different motives for Dress the walls that give life to the space. A different and minimalist attic that solves the lack of space very well. Did you like the solutions that the architect has given to this house?