Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 12:54:23 PM
One of the positive consequences of getting rid of some of the walls was a more open and bright decor and fewer corridors and corners which were difficult to furnish and not very practical in the first place. Small apartment decorating is hard enough even with an open floor plan and lots of sunlight. The designers focused mostly on ensuring a more efficient use of the existing space and ways to gain more floor area when possible.
The shower area of bathroom is separated by no single full wall. Toward the bedroom, the wall has an opening and a floating vanity separates the shower area from the rest of the space. The toilet area is private and is located behind the shower wall. The arrangement takes advantage of the one window in the shower, which lets in some natural light. Otherwise, the color palette is dark and wood-focused, including the flooring. Large, horizontal tiles give the shower a substantial look compared the appearance that smaller tiles would create.
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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