Clavel Arquitectos completed the renovation of an existing attic in Murcia, Spain. The owner wanted to have comfort space for living and for display his personal collection of paintings. And the designers tried to create the feelings of a suburban house in the city. The refurbishment was made on an existing penthouse that was affected by strict regulations that impeded to modify the alignment of the facade walls. Initially, the attic had closed uncomfortable layout, and the designers have proposed to embody the idea of housing bubbles. On the plan below we can see four units for different use: dining, living, main bedroom, children bedrooms while the space in between works as service and circulation. The contemporary glossy facade design is clad with opaque white glass.
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