Interior in Murcia
Space in this home is organized solely through pivoting and sliding panels and furnishings
The renovated home is located on the first floor of a rationalist style building, built in the 1960s in a central street in Murcia, in the main commercial district of the city.
The proposal tries to promote a sense of spaciousness by removing the existing partitions and organizing the space solely through pivoting and sliding panels and furnishings, used simultaneously to regulate the space’s surface.
Special attention has been paid to the integration of different construction elements, such as facilities, existing structures, lighting, furnishings and doors with the goal of creating a global and unified composition, criteria which have been very much present in our work for a long time.
The dark flooring in smoky oak creates contrast against the crisp white walls, the paint as well as the lacquered wood, and serves to balance the composition. At sunset, the home’s walls are tinted gold from the artificial lighting.