This open-plan penthouse apartment formerly belonged to a former craftsman, it was completely renovated and renovated ten years ago. The new owner wanted to have a consistent room concept with two opposite terraces. Take a look at this exciting room design with minimalist design:
Which was the main idea in the redesign of this apartment? Great emphasis was placed on the master bedroom with its own bathroom. In addition, the designer emphasized the clear role of each room during the day and at night.
The living area is 50m2 and the terrace area also 20m2: the real challenge was in distribution of these areas. There was a shortage of storage space. The solution was the inclusion of the terrace in the living area, separate from the sleeping area. Arched wall shelf serves as a casual room divider between the living room and bedroom.
The existing living space had to be designed systematically, at the same time harmoniously and flexibly. The clear concept of living spaces has been achieved by means of integrated fold-out furniture, e.g. the kitchenette behind the wooden fronts. The designer could justly be proud of the bright, natural, light-flooded current design.
The open kitchen is the core of the apartment dar. The spacious kitchen block with integrated counter serves as a dining table and work surface. The wooden fronts not only hide the kitchen unit, but the wardrobes that lead to the sleeping area.
Retro-style kitchenette with folding furniture element
With the help of the wall shelf creates a uniform-looking living situation with extra storage space
Large-format floor tiles cover the entire floor space in the living room.
Unique wall decorations create a gorgeous look
The sofa with a unique, flexible design has been positioned on a built-in pedestal and leads quickly to the roof terrace.
Small-sized penthouse apartment offers a sense of tinted luxury
Without losing sight of the achieved airiness, the exit to the terrace area was set up with folding doors disappearing into the wall. Colored in concrete optics and equipped with matching geometric shapes, everything looks very different today.
Seamless transition from the living area to the roof terrace
Natural daylight reaches all parts of the compact top floor apartment. The white walls, as well as the bright wooden fronts illuminate the small room. The contemporary-looking designer apartment is characterized by simple design and secluded luxury. The redesign of this apartment was designed by interior designer Josep Ruà. It is located in Valencia, Spain.
Extensive planting and modern, eclectic terrace design
Open kitchen with integrated wooden fronts and wall shelves
Minimalist master bedroom with en-suite bathroom