Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 13:03:06 PM
One way to refer to this space would be as an attic. However, this is no typical attic. It’s located on a roof of a building in Alicante, Spain and it’s a sort of hybrid between an apartment and a house. This is a very peculiar project because the space doesn’t look and feel like an apartment and especially not like an attic. It’s too open, bright and spacious to fit the typical description.
Above the island, two Diesel Rock lamps from Foscarini illuminate the countertop. The black shades have an irregularly faceted surface like volcanic rock that has broken open to reveal a jewel. Similarly, the outside of the lamp is dark, and the inside is bright like a diamond. It can also be purchased in white or gold finishes. At the other end of the island, the Elica Twin stainless hood supplies ventilation for the cooktop, as well as additional light from its integrated light unit.
The overall openness of the space is also ensured by the presence of large windows. The apartment has views of the large old trees in the neighborhood. They played an important role when choosing the palette of colors and materials. The designers went with a combination of earthy colors and natural materials.
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