One of the challenges was the zoning of the areas, we wanted to maintain the amplitude of the space avoiding overcrowding of the areas. We resorted to different solutions; the oak wood floor is interrupted when reaching the kitchen and changes to a brick red cement paste floor, the kitchen cabinet that houses the refrigerator continues outward ending in a storage cabinet for entry, the brick red color is repeated in the dining room wall and the front of the kitchen bar functions as a barrier for backing for the sofa in the living room.
This space consists of a big green velvet L-shape sof with a chaise lounge and an ottoman, a table with storage at the center and a wall-mounted bookcase in front, ending in a low storage bench built along the window.
For the bathrooms we installed cement mosaic tiles with a custom-designed a pattern formed from quarter circles. The walls are lined with green ceramic tile in the guest bathroom and currant for the master bathroom.
The guest room has a bookcase integrated to the desk that turns into a closet when turned around, in this space we placed a Lira bed and some Dumas night table on each side of the bed.
For the master bedroom we designed a bed with a padded headboard that integrates a work space next to the window and a bookcase/TV stand in front with geometric pieces of marble and wood that serve as book ends.