The integral reform of this apartment located in the Salamanca district (the most exclusive area of Madrid), was the result of the collaboration between the architect Julia Bajo and the interior designer Tristan Domecq. The team, in the hands of the Madrid-based UBA ARQUITECTURA Y GESTIÓN, approached the fields of architecture and decoration, respecting at all times the essence of the building.Related content BEFORE outdated and dark, AFTER ideal home The large window of the living room accesses a small terrace overlooking Orfila street. Amores Pictures
The house is developed in two heights, which allows differentiating the common and noble areas of the house, from the private area where the bedrooms are located overlooking the gardens of the Palace of Carlos María Castro, providing a light and a scenario hardly comparable.
The kitchen is fully furnished with interior modules in white melamine, and the custom-designed design doors follow the same paneling style found on the walls.
It also has sliding doors of steel and glass of special design to be able to separate the kitchen from the living room in case of need, facilitating in turn a joint stay when deemed appropriate.The kitchen is equipped with induction hob, pyrolytic air oven, fridge freezer and integrated dishwasher. It also includes top brand appliances, and granite countertops. Amores Pictures
All finishes are of the highest quality, with special care in the four bathrooms, finished in wood, marble, limestone and microcement.