• MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation
  • MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation

MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES (II). Loft Renovation

With this renovation in Madrid, we present the second case study of our serie “MULTIPLYING ARCHITECTURES”, that have the goal of finding elements of a minimum materiality, but maximum transformation of internal life of the house.

In this project, we have worked only with two architectonic elements that look for a complete versatility and complex utilization of space: The first is a continuous element of wood that serves as stair, working table or shelf with upper views over the living room. The second one is a system of two panels of plastic and steel that help the user to have multiple options in internal uses of the house, thanks to their doble translucent and opaque character.

The classical space of the traditional “loft” is transformed so in a space of maximum versatility, multiplying internal functions of spaces. With few elements, and a tight budget, we get the high adaptability…

Collaborators: Lucía Alonso, Architect.

Date: January 2016 Tags: Built project