Who said that new build floors have to be cold and neutral? After the intervention of Egue & Seta in this penthouse apartment with access to solarium, none of the unwanted uniformity that new homes often suffer from remains.
The 110 m2 from the floor They are located in a corner of the building with an oblique cut, which generates different corners from which the designers Egue & Seta, in charge of filling the new apartment with life, take full advantage using planes of different colors and materials. Mirrors, palillería, indirect lights and different graphics fill corridors, rooms and passageways giving strength to the space and a feeling of warm welcome.
Although the flat on the habitable level has a nice balcony (big enough to include a dining room), the jewel in the crown is access to heaven, or rather to the solarium that adds 77 m2 of use to the flat that Egue & Seta have converted into an authentic living room in the heights.
The indoor layout
Being a new construction, there has been no reform with a change in distribution and uses. The intervention consisted of give life to the whole space dressing walls, ceilings and floors and furnishing rooms.
The color and textures fill visual richness a floor that is very far from the cold neutrality that new houses suffer from and that many find it so difficult to eliminate.
Sky blue, black and boiler tones are distributed throughout the rooms playing with contrasts (cold and hot) and serve as a common thread throughout the house.
an unexpected entrance
This is how the entrance receives you, which does not have to be boring because it is small. The Sky Blue it is the color of the walls and ceilings door but immediately receives you a large backlit black frame that serves as a transition between the entrance and the living room.
The living room
The living room it is an elongated space but with a slightly oblique wall on which the sofa with chaise lounge rests. The color is again used to define usages like the light blue of the input which is used here to define the input. On a side wall of the sofa, some wooden slats on a mirror give relief and light to the wall.
The back wall of the dining room hides the access stairs to the solarium and the wall that hides it includes its own design with backlit triangular planes.
Under the stairs, flower boxes full of plants brighten and complete the dining area.
Opposite the living area, a large black and wood bookcase integrates the television and hides the door to the private area or bedrooms.
The kitchen and the terrace connected to the living room
Located behind the living room (on the wall where the sofa rests) is the kitchen. Both spaces are connected to the terrace of the apartment.
The master bedroom with dressing room
In the master bedroom, the bespoke design of a half-height plinth gives relief, color and shape to the entire room. The plinth acts as a perimeter shelf and is used to include the bedside lights.
A practical bench at the foot of the wicker bed provides the most natural touch.
At the entrance of the bedroom there is a small chamfered dressing room with custom furniture that includes a practical trunk / bench under the window.
A small room has been made the most of with custom shelving and a large work table in the same tones as in the living room.
The upstairs dining room
But without a doubt, the jewel in the crown is at the top. It is a piece of solarium on the roof who has dressed in a very complete way. It includes a complete living area and an outdoor dining room (zoned through the floor) in which to spend great evenings with friends.
In this area stands out a custom bench against a side to generate a large dining area.
The boiler tone of the walls generates a very warm sensation reinforced by the excess of natural materials. The wicker, rattan and bamboo wood of the dining table contribute to this feeling.
Plants are not lacking in this open space. In fact a work pot runs along one of the sides.
Via Egue & Seta. vicugo images
It has inspired us:
The rug in the living room is the Sybil model from Kave Home, measuring 160 x 230 cm and priced at 219 euros.
Sybil Rug Sybil beige 160 x 230 cm
The dining table is the Vangsta extendable model in black/dark brown from Ikea at €129
VANGSTA Extendable table, black/dark brown, 120/180×75 cm
At the entrance Hiba padded bench by La Redoute regular price
€239 and now 202.98 euros
The wall lamp on the side of the sofa is from Maisons du Monde and is priced at 88.94 euros
Steel wall lamp 41 cm
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