June 13th, 2013

Las Casas de Torres XXXIX

This week in ‘Las Casas de Torres’ we present a new proposal for a house that we showed yesterday in the TV programme Salvame in Tele5, so the studio propose some tips for the interior, shown below.

This time we will propose a reform for two indoor spaces and for the swimming pool.

LIVING ROOM

ORIGINAL IMAGE

SKETCH

A-CERO’S PROPOSAL

The interior design has completely changed. It is a stay finished in white, in which are provided two false ceilings with lighted cavities to frame the two sitting areas. Previously, the house had small and separate windows, while A-cero proposes two large windows, which are separated by a fireplace.

On both sides of the stay we find storage areas, such as the shelf in line with the wall that can be seen to the right. As furniture, we have introduced two Trek sofas upholstered in white, two poufs in the same color and a glass table.

DINING ROOM

ORIGINAL IMAGE

SKETCH

A-CERO’S PROPOSAL

The main feature of this room is its finish, by introducing backlit panels in dark and clear gray. The furniture, consisting of a glass table and Klee chairs, is framed by a dark gray sheet that begins on the floor covering the space, to extend toward the ceiling. On each side we can see two panels of the same color, in which we have placed two showcases with decorative elements.

On the roof we have arranged sheets in light gray and in the rest of walls again in a darker gray, in which we can see, first decorative elements of the property, and secondly, a set of candles.

SWIMMING POOL

ORIGINAL IMAGE

SKETCH

A-CERO’S PROPOSAL

As in the interior, the exterior has also undergone a complete change. The original house, salmon-coloured with a straight lines design has been replaced by a natural stone house finished in white in combination with wood. As solarium we have disposed an area where we have enabled a wooden floor which extends creating vertical sheets framing the area. These sheets, surrounded by greenery, have been introduced with the aim of maintaining the original design, that as you can see, it also has an access area surrounded by greenery.

We have introduce furniture of the Rest Collection, inspired by Origami, the Japanese art based in folding papers to get different shapes, and two Alma pots.

Posted in Las Casas de Torres. 10 Comments.
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Comment from Pedro

Como siempres propuestas muy acertadas y elegantes, muy en el estilo inconfundible de A-CERO

Comment from Celia Millán

Suelo visitar el blog porque me gusta tanto la arquitectura como el interiorismo de A-Cero. Entiendo que quieran vender sus productos de Acero in, pero no estaría mal utilizar un mobiliario diferente para el interiorismo. Un saludo.

Comment from Aliciafontanals

Espectacular, como todo lo él hace!!!

Comment from Aliciafontanals

Espectacular, como todo lo q él ha
ce!!!

Comment from Maria Esther Rodríguez Gómez

Fenomenal muy Hermosas propuestas, Sóis Geniales!!!

Comment from Francesca Ryfo González

SI ME PREGUNTARAN QUE ME GUSTARIA SER EN OTRA VIDA YO DIRÍA: RICA, PARA QUE JOAQUÍN ME CONSTRUYERA UNA CASA, SEGURAMENTE YA NO SALDRÍA DE ELLA…ME ENCANTA COMO DISEÑA, QUE MENTE EVOLUCIANADA, QUE MINIMALISMO SÚPER ELEGANTE, CÚANTA LUZ!! FELICIDADES JOAQUÍN MENTE PRIVILEGIADA.

Comment from Sara

me encantan vuestros diseños saludos!!

Comment from prueba de adn

Increíble. El cambio es brutal. Felicidades. Yo quiero que mi hogar se transforme de esa forma.

Comment from NeoHouss

Tremendo diseño, me encantaría vivir en una casa así

Comment from agencia seo burgos

Me ha encantado el jardín de esta casa! Qué maravilla! ojala poder tener uno así en casa. Gracias por compartir. saludos