The intervention seeks to remove the divisions that existed in the original house on both floors. The upper floor is divided into a fan shape, taking the staircase as the center, considerably reducing the area of the distributor. On the ground floor, the aim is to reduce the boundaries to the maximum, allowing practically the entire floor to be perceived from the entrance space. This area goes to the living and dining room only interrupted by a column that is reduced to the minimum by leaving it exposed. The kitchen is an extension of the entrance thanks to a sliding door that disappears. The maid’s room, guest toilet, laundry room and storeroom are in the darkest part of the house, hidden by a panelling in the entrance and achieving a perception of closets.
Team: Camino Alonso, Carlos Alonso, Ignacio Lechón, Cristina Peréz, Eva Espada
Interior Design: BATAVIA · Photography: Belén Imaz