Interior design project in Madrid published by AD Spain with pictures from Belén Imaz. We started originally from a 1942 house in the centre of Madrid. It was divided into three bedrooms. living room, bathroom and kitchen.
The current distribution was based on creating two main spaces (private and public)
clearly differentiated. Erasing in this way complications in floor plan and highlighting a
diaphanous and amplifying sensation.
Before starting the renovation from this project in Madrid, our interior design team had clear that they wanted to maintain several historicist glimpses, already present in their origin, like the arches and chapiters in the living room and bedroom so that the past from the space wouldn't be completely anulated. One idea that we had
very present in this project was to maintain the height from the ceilings. This enabled us to leave ducts of
industrial character visible, mixing in this way the idea of past and present.
Regarding the interiorism and finishings of this work we can differentiate between the minimalism from the
public space and the floor and the white walls where art is the main
main character. This idea is opposed to the maximalism from the carpet
printing from the private space designed aswell by our interior design studio.
As a result we achieve one single space where XX century design furniture and contemporary art predominate. Throughout this very exclusive house we can find pieces like the chair modelRed and Blue designed by Gerrit Rietveld (bedroom), the Zigzag chair from Gerrit Rietveld (kitchen) both edited by Cassina, a centre table from Warren Platner edited by Knoll and a lamp from Angelo Lelli in the living room. They all coexist with contemporary pieces designed by LA STUDIO like the mongolian goat fur armchair from the living room or the table and the dining bench. They are all available in our catalogue.