The #UPHouse is a 60-square-meter, unfinished condominium in Madrid reworked by cumulolimbo studio who added a construction inside the naked house. Tall ceilings depart room for an open second flooring in the midst of the unit that features as a bed room, leaving two double-height areas at the back and front of it. The bigger house on the east aspect acts because the open residing space, whereas the smaller west aspect house is extra non-public. White partitions, recycled plywood, metal and concrete flooring set the tone, making a loft-like condominium completely teetering between fashionable and industrial.
The brand new metal construction homes the toilet on the principle degree with the loft above. A intelligent staircase depends on an elongated kitchen counter as a step and turning level, in addition to a moveable three-tier stair that pulls out from beneath when wanted.
Black and white tile creates a graphic backdrop for the kitchen complementing the black metallic kitchen cupboards.
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The lavatory advantages from a round textured window that brightens up the compact house. A daring blue wall within the lavatory is the one shade used within the design making what might be a boring house actually pop, particularly paired with the diamond-shaped white tiles on the partitions and within the bathe.
Diagonal sq. metallic tubes mimic the angles of the tiles within the kitchen.
On the non-public aspect of the condominium, recycled plywood from previous digital gear containers clad the partitions. The panels assist bounce pure mild all through the inside very like the mirror-faced wooden slats creating the curved ceiling above.
The loft is stored minimal with only a round white mattress and two nightstands. A handy vessel sink resides in entrance of a mirror – excellent for bedtime face washing.
Images by Javier de Paz Garcia.