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ASPESI Store in Madrid, Spain by TERESA SAPEY STUDIO

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Article source: TERESA SAPEY STUDIO

Characterized by white walls and wooden floors, this fashion store is distributed across two floors. The upper level is dedicated to women and children clothing, whilst the ground floor hosts menware alongside more casual looks and fashionable cocktail outfits. This space can be understood as being the middle grown between the exhibiting architectural movement from the 70s (White Box) and staging design as both floors meet with each other in a large inner garden. White walls, black beams, wooden steps, different murals conceived by Dirk Van Doren, large vases – which you must buy as well – and different pieces of furniture created and customized specifically for this store by Alberto Aspesi, create a unique and exclusive worth visiting place.

Image Courtesy © TERESA SAPEY STUDIO

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Modulor in Madrid, Spain by ZOOCO ESTUDIO

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Article source: ZOOCO ESTUDIO

Just as its name suggests, the project pays tribute to the measurement system Modulor created by Le Corbusier with the same name in the 60s. The architect was also inspired by the Leonardo Da Vinci’s theory of establishing a direct relation between the proportions of building and human-beings.

The result is a project in which colour plays an important role since it seeks to transmit emotions. To do so, Zooco studio has followed chromotherapy guidelines when using the Stone collection by Hisbalit, whose earthly tones and pure finishes reproduce the aspect of rock and stone. A palette that, according to chromotherapy, helps disconnect and relax.

Image Courtesy © Orlando Gutierrez

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Horse Ridding Field in Cattle Farm, Spain by OOIIO Architecture

Friday, June 29th, 2018

Article source: OOIIO Architecture

OOIIO Architecture developed a deep refurbishment in a cattle farm, located in a privileged enclave of the fields of Castilla, to adapt it to sports facilities for the training and care of jumping competition horses.

Image Courtesy © OOIIO Architecture and Josefotoinmo

  • Architects: OOIIO Architecture
  • Project: Horse Ridding Field in Cattle Farm
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: OOIIO Architecture and Josefotoinmo
  • Team: Joaquín Millán Villamuelas, Manuel Fernández Corral, Natalia Garmendia Cobo.
  • Area: 2.350 m2.
  • Project Year: 2014-2018.

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The Melguiza in Madrid, Spain by ZOOCO ESTUDIO

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

Article source: ZOOCO ESTUDIO 

The client asks us for the idea of create a new store concept in which all the product will be related with saffron.

Saffron is known as something tiny, lightweight, but extremely precious and with a large component of tradition.

Bearing in mind these features, we try to bring them to the project and reflect them into the same, but with taking into account the conditions of a store.

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán

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BATAVIA Store in Madrid, Spain by ABATON

Monday, May 21st, 2018

Article source: ABATON

BATAVIA, a Madrid destination furniture showroom for contemporary and modern design, celebrates its 20th year in business with the launch of its new flagship space in the Palacio de Santa Bárbara. In a 400sqm space, designed by the affiliated architecture studio ÁBATON, the former stables of the mid 19th century mansion have been transformed into a serene modern space. In homage to its last tenant, a hardware store which had occupied the space since 1906, ÁBATON decided to keep several elements of the existing space. Exuding warmth and patina, the space created includes original mosaic floors, exposed solid stone support columns, in addition to new large steel cased apertures which link the various spaces of the new showroom.

Image Courtesy © Belén Imaz & Juan Baraja

  • Architects: ABATON
  • Project: BATAVIA Store
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: Belén Imaz & Juan Baraja

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The Place – Petit Palace Hotels in Madrid, Spain by Teresa Sapey Estudio de Arquitectura

Sunday, May 6th, 2018

Article source: Teresa Sapey Estudio de Arquitectura 

The Petit Palace Santa Barbara is located in an old palace in Alonso Martinez plaza, making it its own right in a surprising and captivating space in the heart of Madrid.

Given the characteristics of the building and its large courtyard, Teresa Sapey Studio projected a magical place to accompany the romantic spirit of the building. A wild garden but cozy at the same time, in which anyone would retreat from the city’s chaos. It was thought a complete renovati on to transform an old and dowdy wasted space in a reference point among the terraces of the capital. The first step was to color the walls, which would brought light and spaciousness to the box in which the courtyard is located. Many large plants and trees of different leaf were used to convert this space into a vegetable urban oasis. And finally, three different zones were created to provide various customer services; an outdoor dining area, a cocktail bar and the wider one, a rest area where you relax in front of the large fireplace. The furniture plays a very important role into the decoration, national furniture firms are combined with prestigious Italian brands to achieve the best contemporary design that keeps functionality and comfort in the same way. The touches that recall the design of Teresa Sapey are clearly recognizable in its entirety. From the walls painted in aquamarine green, a hydraulic tile designed ad hoc for the space or a light garland are touches that will make this terrace turn into one of the places to be in Madrid.

Image Courtesy © Asier Rua

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129_Paloma Barcelò in Madrid, Spain by MIDE architetti

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Article source: MIDE architetti 

The new Paloma Barcelò flagship store in Madrid finds space on the ground floor of a historic building in the heart of the city. The entrance on Calle de Claudio Coello leads to a sequence of spaces, thematized by different display systems.

Image Courtesy © [ab]

  • Architects: MIDE architetti
  • Project: 129_Paloma Barcelò
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: [ab]

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RÒMOLA in Madrid, Spain by Andrés Jaque Architects

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Article source: Andrés Jaque Architects

This project transforms the former 1946 garage of Gutierrez Soto’s most significant building, located in the geographical center of Madrid, into an assembly of bakery, café and experimental restaurant. The original volume and structure of the building is recovered, leaving a 5-meter-high space with massive openings onto the streets.

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán y Rocío Romero

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Caledonian Somosaguas in Madrid, Spain by Studio MK27

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Article source: Studio MK27 

Density or looseness?  Intensity or laid-backness?  Public or private? Urban or suburban?  The problem in creating new housing on the edge of the city is to somehow synthesise all of these seeming opposites – not to choose between them but to lift a little from them all to create a new cocktail of the familiar and the foreign, the everyday and the exotic.

Image Courtesy © fernando guerra

  • Architects: Studio MK27
  • Project: Caledonian Somosaguas
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: fernando guerra
  • Studio team: carolina Castroviejo,  diana radomysler,  eduardo chalabi,  eduardo glycerio, eduardo gurian,  elisa friedmann,  gabriel kogan, lair reis,  luciana antunes,  marcio tanaka, maria cristina motta, oswaldo pessano, renata furlanetto, samanta cafardo
  • Co-architect: suzana glogowski
  • project team: carlos costa, elisa friedman, giovanni meirelles, laura guedes
  • Built area: 5.100 sqm
  • Basement built area: 4.100 sqm
  • Private area ground floor: 4.458 sqm
  • Common area ground floor: 4.003 sqm

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Yojigen Poketto in Madrid, Spain by everyday life invents itself

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Article source: everyday life invents itself 

A dual strategy is applied to this project:

Firstly, the floor plan arrangement is based on an L-shaped service band that integrates the access, wet areas, storage areas and leisure spaces. This frees up the main area, which opens up to the windows and balconies to create a brightly lit atmosphere. The intimate areas are therefore secluded and sheltered from view from the entrance.

Image Courtesy © ImagenSubliminal (Miguel de Guzmán + Rocío Romero)

  • Architects: everyday life invents itself
  • Project: Yojigen Poketto
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Photography: ImagenSubliminal (Miguel de Guzmán + Rocío Romero)
  • Team: elii – Eduardo Castillo, Lucía Fernández
  • Joinery: Alfredo Merino Caldas
  • Construction: Aniceto Jiménez
  • Developers: Diana Díaz, Luis Arenas
  • Models: Carlos Cañete, Ana López, Lucía Fernández
  • Surface: 33.60 m2
  • Date: 2017

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