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An urban and cosmopolitan apartment

An urban and cosmopolitan apartment

The initial state of the house was organized on a ground floor on a large terrace, two bedrooms, a separate kitchen, bathroom and living room.

The needs of the owner, a single jiven, were different and he put himself in the hands of the A54 studio to make them a reality: more open and spacious spaces with a single room, a living-dining room with integrated kitchen and storage space. The role of the kitchen was important since he is fond of the stove.

Thus two zones have been created: one by day and one by night. This is the result.

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A work front and a spacious island -with a hob- that organizes the environments: the kitchen and the living room.

With food bar

The island expands with a bar with stools.

Well resolved

Detail of the storage column with integrated oven and microwave.

Original finishes and solutions

In black and wood, some white note like shelves on the sink that "hide" with sliding glass doors.

On the work front, the sink

On the work front, the sink. The island also takes a break in terms of support surface. The kitchen is a design by A54insitu. Appliances, from Balay.

Hexagonal coatings

On the floor, hexagonal tiles, from Equipe Cerámicas, which also extend in part of the kitchen front to protect it from splashes.

A very balanced set

Functional, spacious and perfect for sharing moments in the kitchen with family and friends. A54insitu thus resolved this environment, according to the requests of its client.

With natural light

A plus in the kitchen. Stools, Ondarreta.

Shot of the work surface Finishes

In this image you can see the wood of the kitchen countertop, the detail of the floor covering and its union with the wood of the day area.

The living room

Spacious and very neutral. Sofa by Izu Carpet by Gan. Cushions, from Ferm Living.

Two openings

From the day zone two openings are opened towards the room and entrance and towards the bathroom, the latter conceived as a transition zone so that it is integrated into the room and at the same time it is accessed from the day area without having to step on the bedroom.

The opening to the bathroom closes with a sliding wooden door.

View of the sink and the living room in the background

Taps, by Hansgrohe. Washbasin cabinet, design by A54insitu, in birch plywood. Sink Bali in black, by Bathco.

The bathroom

On two fronts, on one the sink and on the other the most intimate area behind glass partitions.

Bathroom view

The bathroom is independent with two doors.

The bedroom

The bedroom has a dressing room behind a partition on which the bed rests.

View from the bedroom to the day area

View from the bedroom to the day area.

The dresser

Open and with natural and artificial lighting. Dressing room Stolmen, from Ikea.

A partition with niches

The partition that delimits the bedroom and the dressing room has niches that serve as support.

Also as a bedside table

Also as a bedside table. Bedding, from Mikax.

The shower, inside the bedroom

Next to the bathroom but already inside the bedroom, since it is an area of ​​exclusive use of the owner. The shower is in a translucent glass cabin. The shower is coated in microcement.

With two tickets

The dressing room is accessed by two openings on each side of the bed.

The bedroom General view of the bedroom Natural and artificial light

On the headboard, the niche has artificial light and on the bed a ceiling lamp. During the day, despite being a ground floor, the house has enough light.