Interior design, house at  Don Ramón de la Cruz

The house is in a building from the Salamanca neighborhood in Madrid with two patios with various trees, and cross ventilation and lighting.

The decisions were to leave the space open to enhance the light and eliminate the layers of actions from past renovations that covered the true beauty of the place.

The space is organized around a central cube with glass and opaque walls.

During the demolition process, original floors from 1900 were discovered that were formerly used to mark the rooms, as if they were carpets, as well as the restored structure of the building.

BuilderSio decoración
PhotoPablo Gomez-Ogando Rodríguez