This Madrid apartment was renovated by AMASL‘s design. The purpose was to adapt the existing residential space to reflect the updated needs of the owner, and here’s how the designers responded to these requirements.
These new requirements caused breaking the previous layout and outdated ideas of housing, where segregated spaces for specific uses, low quality light and a lack of comfort were the norm. AMASL design incorporated some of their key elements into the apartment decor: microcement on the floor, a warm interior with customized furniture that complement the surroundings and doors embedded in cozy niches allowing the space to flow between rooms. All of these create a contemporary and vibrant living space in a city that has not always been so benevolent to its citizens; it’s laconic yet very inviting and light-filled.
The kitchen is done with sleek white cabinets and light-colored wood touches, one wall is done with wire net to make the transition into the living room easier and lighter. Such transitions are seen everywhere – low walls, furniture as dividers to achieve an open but smartly zoned layout. The small living room is done with a row of cabinets, a sofa and a comfy table with storage, it’s filled with light coming from the balcony. The bedroom features a lot of hidden storage, a large bed and much light coming from the balcony and windows. The laconic bathroom shows off a couple of sinks, an oval bathtub and a minimalist shower clad with marble. Take a look at all the spaces of this apartment below and steal some cool ideas for your own home!