From the architect: A central cube has been conceived as the core element of the design integrating all services within; including kitchen, bathroom, laundry and storage. This central cube also features an integrated folding system that enables the generation of spaces that appear and disappear responding to different needs and uses of the loft. The main access to the loft is through an architectural piece of furniture shaped as a thick wall that integrates facilities and storage inside.
The first floor contains the master bedroom, a bathroom and a dressing room. Its access is through a light circular staircase and it has been conceived as an open integrated space with the main floor but adding some privacy through a soft separation. An oak shelf is placed along the corridor defining a working area.
The wooden floor and the natural daylight from a rooftop window provide comfortable warmness to the bedroom area. The façade load bearing wall and its gaps have been preserved in their original state during the remodelling process as a tribute to its Mediterranean past.