We are faced with a diaphanous, dark office space with a double height and a challenge: to turn it into a house with spatial and luminous quality.
The original layout consisted of a space on two floors, with a main floor and a small loft accessed by a staircase located at the entrance.
The intervention involves locating the kitchen in the entrance area, the living-dining room just in the double height and a room on the top floor.
It is decided to extend the loft and modify the position of the staircase to gain maximum space and to be able to accommodate in addition to the bed, a dressing room and a bathroom.
To achieve a greater luminosity in the space, the white color gains prominence and all the metallic elements of stairs and railings are lightened, being reduced to the minimum expression. The two closed spaces that appear on the ground floor and the first floor are covered with mirrors in a way that reflects the light that enters through the large window illuminating the background space.
The continuous Soil-cement gives unity to space, increasing the spatial relationship between its parts.