Calle Lagasca. District of Salamanca

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Developed for: Tapia Soluciones

Type of project: Residential

Elements:

  • Connecting doors
  • Wardrobes and walk-in closets
  • Kitchen units
  • Bathroom units
  • Panelling
  • Special features

Description:

Wood and fabric panelling, sliding and swing doors connecting the rooms, designer cabinets and bathroom, kitchen and living room furniture: these were the elements integrated in the house located in Calle Lagasca in Madrid. Not only do the natural wood panels and units stand out in the bathrooms but also the cabinets and panelling made of light-coloured fabric. Sometimes they come together merging to form cupboards with push-to-move openings that appear to mimic the panelling, The main hallway has wooden panels lacquered in blue, which hide the radiator covers in the same colour and material. The kitchen units maintain the same wood colour scheme and have push drawers, lending them a cleaner look.

Challenges of the project:

The main challenge of this project was how to integrate the new materials with our products. We made cupboards that could be integrated between wood and fabric panelling, lending the room a unique style all of its own.