This house has many qualities. Some are obvious, such as its luminosity or its sophisticated decoration. But others qualities need to be told. For example, the house has been completely redistributed (even the kitchen has been moved) in order to achieve the continuity of all the spaces and allow the light to flow from one side of the house to the other.
There is another aspect that perhaps is not appreciated at first glance but defines the new spirit of the house: this is a healthy home. For the renovation only sustainable and chemical-free materials were used, such as the mineral painting of the walls.
The living and the dining areas share this space. The white walls and curtains and the large glass panels multiply the light in this room. In contrast, tapestries, works of art and brightly colored accessories, such as the carpet or the blue velvet sofa. The background artwork is the work of Lorena del Pozo, architect responsible for the renovation and interior design of this house.
A black Tolomeo lamp accompanies a Blasco & Blasco sofa with slipcovers. Since the owners wanted a healthy house, special attention has been paid to all fabrics, choosing only natural fibers, like the linen on the sofa.
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