Living together, eating, cooking, chatting… everything flows in this apartment in the old town of Santiago de Compostela. The house, which has an area of about 200 square metres, was bought by a Maltese couple and commissioned by Reform and interior design at Myka Deco. The design team proposed a contemporary project that preserves some of the original elements of the house as in state Original stone wallsshutters and protected historic facade. Prior to the intervention, the house had an excessive division very typical of its time, which gave rise to cramped, uncomfortable and dark rooms. The Covering walls with wallpaper or tilesIt was old and in bad shape. In the case of the floor, serious signs of wear were exacerbated by the presence of several materials and finishes that were jarring with each other. However, despite all these details, the family knew that the apartment offered many possibilities to become a dream home. They were clear that with the relevant changes they could make it functional and welcoming, in keeping with the current times.
The main action focused on demolishing the partitions and linking the environments with the primary goal of having one spacious, open space that would give importance to natural light. In this way, the living room, dining room and kitchen are interconnected, the latter playing a very special role. The furniture throughout the house has been chosen in sober, sober and gray tones. The living area is surrounded by a large carpet and it is the shape of the sofa, in the corner, that conceptually defines the space of the gathering area. The dining room consists of a walnut table by Sueños and chairs by Midj on a rug by KP. Everything is illuminated by the suspension lamp noble from tui. The dining room table is arranged parallel to the kitchen island bar, which in turn receives light from three lamps, by Carpyen.
Lammet wood flooring unites spaces, a sliding glass door allows spaces to be isolated without losing light or visual contact, and isolates the kitchen without closing off the space. this spaceDesign by Santiago Interiores (Santos exclusive distributor)It stands as a cohesive element of the common spaces of the house, and has been equipped Fine black silkSantos with clean lines and smooth interfaces. The island adds a useful surface, units inside and out, paneled in a Nogal Tierra finish, bar dining thanks to the Naturamia worktop extension. Parallel to the island, the linear includes furniture and columns. The attached laundry and storage area is furnished Fine Kashmirof saints. Silestone countertop and sink, by Roca.