This is a house located in Pozuelo de Alarcon, in Madrid, Spain which, in spite of its industrial design, has a really warm and cozy interior. In fact, the industrial elements are barely noticeable, looking very natural in this context and enhancing other features which, in turn, bring harmony into the rooms.
The project’s name is Residential III and it was developed by Marisa Gonzales Llanos in 2014. For the architect and the team of collaborators, the harmony between a building and its surroundings is very important and special attention is given to this in all the projects.
The architect also bases each design on a correct interpretation of the ideas and needs of each individual client. This way harmony can be echieved more easily and a house can more easily become a home.
For this residence, an industrial style was chosen as a primary base for the interior design. Polished concrete floors, relciamed wood accents and exposed features complete the look. At the same time, the house looks sophisticated and glamorous, being characterized by a close attention to details.
An open floor plan links the lounge area,kitchen and dining space but there’s an interesting twist here. The living and dining areas share the same floor plan but they feel like well-defined individual spaces thanks to a metal and glass partition.
In the dining area the industrial character of the decor is most prominent. The unfinished walls, the absence of warm wooden floors or area rugs and the use of cool gray tones all indicate a strong industrial design. There is, of course, a touch of color in the form of dining chairs.
Reclaimed wood was used to cover an accent wall in the lounge area as well as the front door which has a solid frame and a patchword design.