The apartments are 45-90 sq.m.

Geometry without borders: an unusual penthouse in Madrid

The boundaries of the reasonable can be expanded by differentways. For example, creating unusual, but well-structured interiors. Today we will tell you just about such an apartment. If you do not like the reality behind the window, create your own. Probably, this idea was guided by Hector Ruiz-Velasquez, the author of the very curious interior of Ruiz-Maasburg Penthouse. This penthouse has an area of ​​only 60 square meters. m, there is a spacious terrace (50 sq. m.), but visually the space seems 3 times more. It's all about the unusual internal architecture,which is not often found in living quarters. Dynamic, sinuous diagonals allowed the free placement of spatial landmarks and accents. A well-structured geometric composition helped to get rid of non-looking zones. As a result, the apartment looks like an averagebetween the Hollywood variation of the residential block on the comic ship and the scenery for the modernist theatrical production. Life in these walls is certainly something amazing. At least in this very much want to believe. Our opinion To repeat such an interior structurallyhardly makes sense, but to take note of the work of an architect with color still worth it. This is not immediately noticeable, but Hector Ruiz Velasquez used only 2 shades for design (except for a couple of minor deviations): black and white. The dynamism of the space, of course, influenced the apparent diversity, but it's not just the curved partitions. Having decided to create a black and white interior, try to dilute it with the maximum number of different textures, surfaces and shapes. Painted boards, glossy facades, light tulle, carpet with a long pile - everything will be here, especially if you think and harmonize the geometry. Yes, this style requires effort, but the result will be justified. homedsgn.com

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