After freeing the space from the existing partitions, we built up a freestanding box that contains the wet program and the storage space of the house and works as a filter between day-time and night-time areas. Thus, this volume allows a continuous reading of the interior space while having the ability to segregate it.

At the same time, the interior area of the house is thought of as a juxtaposition of indefinite and flexible spaces that, thanks to the sliding door system that takes advantage of the existing gaps in the load-bearing wall, can be segregated according to the needs and use of each one of them.


Photographer: José Hevia

Furniture: Cubro Design



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Diari Ara

Arquitectura y Diseño

Interiores Magazine

Arquitectes per l’arquitectura


Diario Design



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