The intervention in this project represented a very particular challenge since the residence was in black work and the intention was to make maximum use of the spaces to achieve flexible spaces through walls and fixed furniture.
The location of these elements, in this case the fixed furniture, are located at strategic points to separate areas for different uses without visually blocking the space. In other words, visual permeability is presented as the most sought after value in this intervention.
The morphology of the residence in an L scheme with the interior patio, allows the interior of the house to always have a direct connection with the exterior. In the same way, the intention was always to generate the greatest entry of natural light.
In the main hall of the residence the main double height wall is located, which generates a feeling of spaciousness as mentioned above and in the same way a reception of great force is generated through games of light and shadow that when combined with warm finishes such as travertine, they formalize a play of textures that emphasize changes in light and shadow.