Casamanda / dooa arquitecturas

© Pepe Pascual

Architects: dooa arquitecturas - Asunción Díaz García, Vicente Pascual Fuentes, Miguel Pérez de Sarrió Fraile
Location: , Spain
Constructor: Akra Rehabilitación
Project area: 72 sqm
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Pepe Pascual

© Pepe Pascual

We all have a secret passion, and hers was her collection of one hundred and fifty pairs of shoes. With this first confession, a project loaded with functionality and appealing, started to make sense.

plan 01

This project redefines the concept of dividing wall, and turns this into a storage band that houses a whole personal universe. This band goes all across the dwelling characterizing a number of rooms; hall, living room, kitchen, study and bedroom.

© Pepe Pascual

The original layout, which was highly compartmentalized, becomes now void, creating this way a visual and spatial continuity that allows the light coming from the main façade and the two patios to reach all these rooms. Only service rooms stay more private.

Finally, the usage of neutral colours in the finishes, only interrupted by the colour of her personal belongings and furniture, will turn this dwelling into a unique space.

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Cite: "Casamanda / dooa arquitecturas" 06 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=132523>

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