Interior design. Friday , January 13th , 2017 - 13:35:26 PM
The main aspect was based on the premise of enhancing the view to the square. As a result, a partially covered open floor plan was proposed, which would accommodate different types of events such as parties, concerts, restaurants, bars, yoga, among others. Using material such as wood, metal, and zinc for the roof, an architectural language was created in accordance with the spirit of Timberland, which draws on the outdoors experience.
The project proposes, on one hand, new views through different openings, and on the other hand subtle changes of light and shadow throughout the day and year. The angular walls create a rich dynamic of dissolving whites in the central space, making the edges appear and disappear by the hour. The internal faces can shift, giving them amplitude and different functions, as headboards or benches for example. It is the presence of this void that gives meaning to the entire space.
There already was a central opening in the original apartment. Therefore, the architects were able to transform this void into a great lighting sculpture.
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