In the most exclusive area of the prestigious Salamanca District, the most sought-after in Madrid, we find this one-bedroom flat with an original architectural design.
The space has been distributed to maximise the social area, in which the living room, kitchen and dining room converge in the same space, although with clearly differentiated areas. The interior space is integrated with a large terrace that provides it with abundant natural light.
The interior design project stands out for its use of a chromatic palette that skilfully combines vibrant shades of colour and is inspired by one of the great works of the artist Hopper. The kitchen furniture, in an elegant grey, blends in with the wall, disappearing into view and leaving a curvilinear bar dressed in slender tiles with an original aesthetic that will invite you to enjoy the best recipes.
Behind the kitchen, as a wall, we find a large window that invites access to one of the main areas of this project: a large terrace, which offers a wide view of the street from the height of a sixth floor.
The private area consists of a bedroom and en-suite bathroom that is separated from the public area by two sliding glass partitions that allow the light to pass through the ribbed glass. It also has a dressing room in an oak-effect finish that finishes off the bedroom completely.
Undoubtedly a privileged flat where you can't miss any of the activities offered by Madrid's sought-after Barrio de Goya'.