Casa Bachiller designed by Destudio is presented as a Comprehensive Housing Reform Project, where the commitment to quality has been key in our intervention. With more than 190 m2 of space, the work to be carried out has allowed our team of architects to exploit the creativity and design. Photography by Adrián Mora Maroto.
There are many aspects to highlight in this reform project, the construction details have given life to an exclusive home and have given us the possibility of creating a unique house. One of the spaces to highlight is the kitchen. All of it is made with furniture and materials from Porcelanosa, its spectacular bench, its fires integrated in the countertop and its 100% custom furniture, give an elegant and modern appearance to the space. To separate the kitchen from the living / dining room, a sliding glass door and black lacquered aluminum have been chosen. In this way we manage to provide a greater sense of spaciousness, while at the same time granting some privacy when working in the kitchen.
Both the living / dining room and the kitchen have large windows that allow natural light to enter the entire room. The search for luminosity is always key in our comprehensive housing reform projects, in this case Casa Bachiller started from a good base that allowed us to enhance this aspect that is increasingly demanded by our clients.
Continuing with the day area of the house, the microcement wall that runs through part of the hall and living / dining room stands out. This brushstroke brings a unique, innovative and modern design to the house.
The entrance to the night area, where the bathrooms and bedrooms of the house are located, has been designed with a door to the ceiling and an offset axis. The effect it causes is spectacular and brings lightness and subtlety to the space. This type of door allows you to play a lot and differentiate rooms in an elegant and exclusive way.
Another of the most outstanding rooms in the house is the master bedroom, fully integrated with the dressing room and bathroom en suite. The spacious wardrobe welcomes you to the washbasin area designed with 100% custom-made wooden furniture. Only the shower and bathroom spaces are hidden with black lacquered aluminum sliding doors. This is how we get that feeling of spaciousness and we get out of the conventional design of this type of room.
In short, Casa Bachiller is defined as a comprehensive reform project for an elegant home, with special care in the quality of its materials.
Photography and Video: Adrián Mora Maroto