Artes Graficas Apartment

Best Implemented Apartment / Private House Interior Design Project

About the project
The project consisted of converting an old, unoccupied office into a home for a family with small children.
The new layout clearly divided the day space to the north from the evening space to the south. The kitchen is located at the midway point, next to the entrance, marking the transition from the bedroom area to the large living room space. The home has a large patio to the south that floods the rooms with light; this makes it possible to keep a large number of plants, connecting the interior to the natural world. It has all the spaces needed for essential human activities: resting, eating, washing, working, exercising and playing. In this regard, the clients were concerned about the message they were sending to their children. A message that speaks of beauty and naturalness, respect for the environment, and making architecture an experience that can uplift people and contribute to their well-being.

Artes Graficas street, Valencia, Spain

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Applicant and authors of the project
Balzar Arquitectos

Other participants
Project Manager — Tesela Gestión
Photography — David Zarzoso
Carpentry — Miguel Garrido
Pavement — SchottenWood Tarimas de Autor
Furniture — Vitra, Cassina, Expormim, Sancal, Bandalux
Art — Carla Cascales Alimbau
Lighting — Viabizzuno