This townhouse decorated in a mid-century style has a unique history. Designed in a rationalist style, the house was built in Madrid (Spain) in the 40s under the “Economic Houses Law”, which was enacted in 1925 to prevent the problem of lack of affordable housing in large Spanish cities. Thanks to this law, numerous districts were created in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona or Bilbao, allowing the middle class to access well-built and designed houses.
Most of these houses and neighborhoods have disappeared today. But those that have survived have become houses highly valued in really exclusive districts. This is what happens with this house located in the exclusive neighborhood of El Viso.
Aware of the great architectural value of the house, its current owner, architect Iker Ochotorena, has reformed it respecting absolutely the premises under which it was built.
In line with the architecture, the decoration has a clear mid-century style, and has been completed with some modern furniture such as the Blasco & Blasco sofa.
Very few colors have been used and neutrals predominate. The fabrics are all natural, such as linen, velvet or the Serendipity Fabrics hemp used for the sofa covers.
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