This expansive area is situated in the attic of an emblematic building that dates from the early 20th century. It’s located in Madrid, Spain and it proposes a new concept of living space. The project got the name of “Unlimited Space”, a very suitable choice. It was presented by architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez.This innovative space was built in 2010 and the idea behind the project was to think at this space as a three-dimensional object. The space is very well organized. In fact, every one of the rooms or points of this unusual home can be located by specifying the coordinates. It’s a large but very well-organized space. The whole idea was to create a space where the inhabitants could move freely in just a few square meters. There are different heights and the inhabitants can move up and down whenever they want to.
This project proposes a whole new concept. It’s a very roomy space. The colors and the interior design also help with that. The rooms are vast and spacious and there are numerous levels that create a seamless transition between the rooms. The special flexibility is a very important aspect and in this case in has been taken one step further. The rooms are bright as well as multifunctional.
The project came from ASCER (Asociación Española de Fabricantes de Azulejos y Pavimentos Cerámicos – Spanish Association of Tile and Ceramic Flooring Manufacturers) that requested the creation of a new living concept. The main material used was ceramic.