Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 12:59:06 PM
The bedroom and bathroom in this stunning apartment are also an open plan design, closed off from public view by the only visible door in the entire space. This gives the owners privacy and makes it possible to heat and cool the two areas of the apartment separately, increasing comfort and cost savings. The main design elements, such as the lighting, ductwork and brick ceiling are repeated in the bedroom, even though it’s a separate space. It provides design continuity and extends the same vibe into the private area.
The two parallel kitchen islands make it possible to access both sides, easing food preparation as well as entertaining. A second sink is installed across from the main sink and cooktop, increasing the area that can be used for preparation and serving. In addition, the island furthest from the living area and across from the refrigerator is the one housing the cooktop.
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.
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