Perhaps, saying that this is a dream home coming true for the owners of this project is an understatement. I must say this is a modern home carved out from reality and imaginary – almost staged at the very least. The collaboration between Vaillo & Irigaray and Beguiristain has resulted into a very minimalistic design for Casa A.
The modern architecture is located in Pamplona, Spain and was completed in the year 2011. It stands royally on a 289-square meters area and I must say every inch of the area is worth it.
It has a sophisticated interior design with excellent contrast – impeccable in fact. The interiors of all living spaces are spacious and airy. The central space – the focal point of design – is a long corridor provided with theatrical curtains – as I’ve said, almost staged. It softened the sharp contrast and gave the space more dramatic effects. It provided a sense of continuity in the implemented house floor plans.
The interior spaces are combination of light and dark as well as vigor and minimalism. The absence of grandeur in the design did not alter the elegance of the space.
The bathroom design exudes elegance like no other and though I could not say it provides fiver star comfort it demonstrates the same sophistication that the rest of the space illustrates. The whiteness of the great kitchen represents spotlessness and cleanliness of the space.
This project by the modern architects of Vaillo & Irigaray and Beguiristain is a renovation where strategies have been carefully planned hence creating a stage-like architecture. The layout has been accented by the theatrical approach – curtains that cover the entire place, sharp contrasting background, seamless but blurred continuity of space and thrilling chambers. The design is truly inspirational like a canvass.
Posted by JackieAzuela at 6 June, 2012