Futuristic Apartment Design
Futuristic apartment design and remodel by A-cero Architects in Galicia, Spain. The project is a duplex apartment integral alteration in a block of flats in a residential area of Galicia, this is an excerpt from the official architects description: It is a duplex apartment that occupies the last two floors in a block of flats that has 4 levels, with two apartments in each floor. This block, that has approximately 30 years of antiquity is placed in a residential area of the city, following the typical 80s urban development plans that were projected in the Spanish cities.
Futuristic apartment in the living room, as in the rest of the house, the white colour is the protagonist. Only some elements like the lacquered black wood console by “A-cero in”, the Ace model couches, also by “A-cero in” upholstered in velvet champagne tone, break this white monochromia. We also find the Csec model coffee tables, and a few armchairs of “Ipe Cavalli“.
Also the dining room furniture is “Ipe Cavalli”, both the steel table and the steel chairs, upholstered in white skin. On the other hand, also in this floor, one more service area is located, with a courtesy W.C, a kitchen and a service or guest bedroom in suite with complete bath. The kitchen, which has an elongated disposition, was designed by A-cero just for its space, also characterized by the white colour, and emphasizes the Hi-Macs black desk. The cooking tops, also in white Hi-Macs like the daily dining room, and the furniture in high bright white lacquered wood. The domestic appliances Siemens and the extractor hood Pando, the Gessi bathroom fittings.
A sculptural staircase drives to the low part of the house where the principal bedroom in suite is located, with its own bath and dressing-room, and another two bedrooms. In the bedrooms, the closets are lacked and in the principal bedroom the bed with surrounding headrest and small Capri model tables by A-cero in.now look the futuristic apartment design and remodel by A-cero Architects with picture below: