February 25th, 2013

A-cero presents an interiorism project for a house in Pozuelo de Alarcón (I)

The architecture studio A-cero, led by Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares, wants to present an interiorism project for a house in Pozuelo de Alarcon, Madrid. In today´s post we will show the designs for the common areas of the house.




This staircase becomes one of the major elements of the house. It can be seen from the outside from the water sheet at the entrance. The staircase is made of wood and has glass panels that have a dual function:these security elements suffer different diagonal cuts, turning into sculptural elements that accompany the structure.

In this area where the main finish is wood, sculptural trunks have been deployed both inside and outside of the home, creating a sense of reflection.




Located in the basement, the wine cellar works at the same time as a movie theater. It has been created in this space a concrete bench as an altar (same material in which the walls are finished), integrated into the architecture in a small pit. In front of the banks we can see the tables of the Ambae collection. Behind this bench and a large window there is an english patio.

The wine cellar also counts with a bar bar and a worktop for tastings. On the roof is housed a folding canvas and a projector. As for lighting, we spotlight the led light strips on the walls and ceiling,  and the points of light whitin the wine cellar so the bottles are backlit.




The gym and the spa area are located in the ground floor. The workout room is an open space with white finish on walls and ceilings, and wood floors.

The spa area is meant for sharing. It counts with a pool-jacuzzi for two, two showers and a sauna  also for two.




In the ground floor we find the living and dining room. These spaces are differentiated by the creation of a double height. The dining room is located on a lower level than the dining room (50cm) where we find an ethanol fireplace finished in DM and a different finished of the space. In this case, we see a stone floor used to give continuity to the outside travertine stone.

Between the living room (wood finish) and the dining room (stone finish) a cabinet houses a TV with a 180 degree rotation system.

The furniture used is available on our showrrom of A-cero in. It has been proposed for these stays the Ace sofas, the Slimo dark glass table, the alabaster illuminated sphere, the Capri table in stainless steel, poufs covered in clear fabric and the spheres hanging lamps.




As in the rest of the home, the office has a very important significance to enjoy the outside view. For this reason the table is positioned strategically to always receive the illumination coming  from the window. The drawers and the table are made in gloss black lacquered wood, with a design that goes through the wall and ceiling (leaving space for the placement of LED light strips as a false ceiling).




The kitchen is located in the ground floor. Working counters and cupboards share a finishing in Krion. The appliances count with a chrome finish, matching the mirrored of the hood, that reflects the outside landscape.




All the furniture we present is inspired by the Japanese art of Origami, which is based on the paper folding to get different shapes, and are made of high quality polyethylene resin. In the image below, at the foot of the pool there are two hammocks, and in each of its sides an outdoor table, both REST model, and designed by A-cero in for Vondom.


In the next picture we see a chaiselonge sofa and a table Rest model for Vondom. This sofa is modular, allowing to change the number of places. Behind this furniture we present a table and chairs model also Rest for Vondom. The table, both for exterior and interior, has a distinct and unique design.




We meet again with the chaiselonge sofa and table model rest for Vondom. Following the table, we see a floor model Bubble lamps available in various sizes. We also appreciate the Phantom model chairs and bar bar of the Party Collection of Vondom. The bar is formed by simple and functional lines and offers the possibility of using it as a single piece or modular form, allowing us to make different combinations. At the sides of the bar, we can see the Alma collection pots. Finally, the floor of the room is finished in artificial wood.

Posted in Interiorismo, proyectos, viviendas. 6 Comments.
Comment from Maria Esther Rodríguez Gómez


Comment from A-cercf club de fans de A-cero

Un interiorismo precioso !!!

Comment from Maria Cuevas

que pasada, cada dia me gustan mas vuestros interiorismos.

Comment from Juan Mª

uauuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!! quiero esa terraza!!! me gusta mucho la escalera de la casa.

Comment from Andreu Serrano

Interesante propuesta.

Saludos desde México.

Comment from jose luis jaramillo