Being involved in a home building project right from the start has many advantages. The most important is to create a space as desired, adjusting it to the wishes of the future residents. And so this house was built, and it is a faithful reflection of what its owners wanted. Hand in hand with Interior designer Ania AzcárateThey chose the distribution, the style, the materials and even designed the garden. All decisions revolved around looking for clarity as the first leitmotif.
the There are no partitions between the different common spaces – the living room, the dining room and the kitchen. It allows the free circulation of light and connects, from different points of the plant, to the landscape. For this reason, many of the exterior walls have been replaced by windows, the light of which is filtered slightly by blinds. a screen. The desire for high gloss was constant throughout the project, as is also evident in the choice of materials: for example, the floors were chosen in light gray stained oak and the paint on the walls was in pure white.
Regarding the color of the walls, with some highlights A dark gray painting, used in the living room on the wall that houses the fireplace And in the bookcase in the working area, an original way to separate spaces. This hue pairs perfectly with the cool industrial-themed coffee table iron and cushions made of rubber tires: a sample of how the composition and treatment of spaces focus on harmony with the main pieces of the decor. In the selection of furniture, a mixture of styles and origins was played. This way the furniture stands out classic Of Scandinavian origin – classic mid-20th century design pieces – perfectly blended with ethnic elements. This is the case for floor-wearing kilims adding color or the plethora of African tribal masks. And what about classic polychrome stone carvings on modern steel bases? Another example of the perfect blend that coexists in delicate harmony.
Interior designer ideas: Ania Azcárate
Points of light: The lighting was solved by installing recessed spotlights in the ceiling, with the intent of creating clean spaces, without interference detracting from the outside view from any situation.
Open distribution: On the ground floor, the spaces follow one another without doors, but an effective division is created both with furniture and large sculptures, as well as with different architectural resources: free-standing partitions, exposed columns, ceiling heights, various floors.. defining and arranging visually.
Perception: Amaya Abando