Vivenda en Almuñécar by Susanna Cots
Spectacular housing in Almuñecar, Granada, by Susanna Cots designed back in 2010. Amazing!
Description by Susanna Cots
Susanna Cots focuses on sensitivity and transparency for the interior design of this spectacular housing in Granada.
ʻPure whiteʼ. This is how this project was named where white is the star. White as the sum of all the colours of the light is the starting point of this amazing project: a house by the sea on the top of a cliff blessed with natural light. The owners wished for white and comfort to reign throughout the entire house. The house is divided into five areas. The service area is projected to house up to five people and the decoration and furniture are all designed in white. The kidsʼ wing that includes the childrenʼs rooms and a sitting room is the only part of the house with brush-strokes of colour.
The daytime zone that includes the dining room and living room areas was projected in a way that the exterior seems to spill into the house so when relaxing on the sofa one is invaded by the intense blue of the sea, which embraces the whole living area as well as the kitchen.
The upper part of the bulding houses a cube that locates the main suite. The room is decorated totally in white except for the bathroom, which is designed in deep dark basalt stone, and a black carpet that crosses the room. Several objects in distressed silver such as a mannequin and decorative frames on top of the boudoir also provide minimal touches of colour to the space.
Finally, the guest area on the ground floor next to the swimming pool is floored with the same material as the outdoor to integrate both areas even more, so that fuse in one essence.
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