This Small Spanish Apartment Takes Color Blocking to the Extreme

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Project Facts:

Destinations: Seville, Spain

Architect: studio.noju / @studio.noju


Photographers: studio.noju / @studio.noju

From the Architect: “Casa Triana is a 60-sq.-meter apartment renovation in the historic community of Triana, Seville. The apartment has been intended for a single girl and it gives her with as much residing place as possible given the restricted footprint. The primary concept was to generate a singular open up room, but not make it experience also empty or characterless. A series of coloured niches build distinct programatic regions that give the condominium its exceptional id in apartment for rent in Tempe.

“The new areas are not described by physical partitions but by a common language of textures, elements and colors: the yellow eating home, the green kitchen, the black toilet. To accommodate attendees, a blue curtain stowed in a niche in the residing area can be deployed to produce a privacy partition. The triangular pattern—created utilizing metal ridge caps (or “cumbreras” in Spanish) which are typically applied to major gable roofs—creates an fascinating rhythm of light, shadow, and distinction with the flatness of the whitewall. A lot of of the colours utilised in the apartment are classic Sevillian hues that can be located on the streets. A great deal of the inspiration arrived from the cityscape by itself.”