Glazed Apartment / Sergi Pons

© Adrià Goula

Architect: Sergi Pons
Location: , Spain
Builder: GdR (Reforms Group)
Project Area: 70 sqm
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Adrià Goula 

© Adrià Goula

This reform, made in a 70 m2 apartment in the Gracia neighborhood of Barcelona, revolves around a central gero bricks wall that is the frame of all the inside space elements.

© Adrià Goula

This wall, which in turn divides the apartment into two clearly different living atmospheres, day and night, has three large openings, that create visual relationships and the path between the different parts of the program.

© Adrià Goula

The translucent glass doors glide along the wall creating transparency sets not only between the different spaces but also with the wall itself.

© Adrià Goula

The bathroom is no longer understood as closed in itself but as a space on the move which flows and can already be spotted from the dwelling access.

© Adrià Goula

The kitchen is in charge of articulating the whole access area and turns into a functional furniture. This furniture is characterized by the volume suspended from the ceiling and contains all the essential cooking elements.

© Adrià Goula

The citric yellow creates, as the customer desired, a cold, almost icy atmosphere. The concrete floor amber-tinted provides its warmth to the place.

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Cite: "Glazed Apartment / Sergi Pons" 29 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=248752>