When d´Estudio first started work on this project, the central Valencia home needed fully modernizing. Taking the owner’s preferences and lifestyle as a reference, they revamped all its rooms. The end result is a home that has everything you might need: functionality, contemporary appeal and a strong dose of designer flair.
To achieve this, several dividing walls were knocked down and a rationalist, straight-lined living area was created, with décor that gives it a lightweight feel and helps to take maximum advantage of the available space. Today, the home comprises a main living space that features a lounge, studio and kitchen.
The lounge, with a clear-cut design and certain visual touches that add to its comfort, also includes a study area. An uncluttered feel has been achieved by using furniture with no high sections. Thanks to the white background and unembellished architecture, bright-coloured upholstery could be used.
A kitchen island clad in black marble demarcates the kitchen area. To highlight it, Beat lighting by Tom Dixon has been used to ensure a very modern-looking British style.
To decorate the bathroom, large-format tiles from the Uptown collection by Keraben were used in white and grey. The large shower tray is by Acquabella. This room stands out for its luminosity, achieved, among other things, by a careful use of indirect lighting, positioned in different parts of the room, further emphasizing the home’s exquisite style.
Photographs by Germán Cabo.
«d´Estudio is an architects’ studio in Calle del Mar, a street in the centre of Valencia. The street-level premises also contain a showroom, where examples of the latest in architecture, design and furniture are showcased.
The team from d´Estudio is a multidisciplinary one, used to closely monitoring each project from the construction phase right through to the tiniest of details in the interior design stage. Each of their projects, whether it is for a home, office, or retail business like a chemist’s, stands out for the interrelated application of similar disciplines: architecture, building, interior architecture and design and even brand imaging, graphic design and commercial marketing.»