Art Collection CASA H71, Madrid by Lucas y Hernández-Gil Arquitectos

Architect left the concrete structure seen and used a neutral palette to give value to the owner’s collection.

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Appreciation towards photographer José Hevía for providing the following description:

约200平米的H71住宅位于马德里博物馆区域普拉多大道和拉斯列特拉斯区的分界线上,是这座古城的典范。此建筑是马德里建筑师Gutierrez Soto的作品,始建于50年代,是马德里最早的混凝土结构住宅之一。

H71 is a house of about 200 square meters set on a borderline between the museum area of Madrid in Paseo del Prado and the Barrio de las Letras, model of the ancient city. The building is from the 50’s, made by Gutierrez Soto, the architect born in Madrid, and being one of the first examples of concrete structure in a residential building in Madrid.

▼ 马德里最早的混凝土结构住宅之一,one of the first examples of concrete structure in a residential building in Madrid.

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▼以艺术品装饰的空间,space decorates with art collection

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业主一直在城中心寻找一处阳光充足并能享有马德里城市景观的住宅。几经寻找发现了这处满足条件的住宅,但是住宅内部已经被打散,急需一次全面的翻新。

The owners were looking for a house in the city center, sunny and from where you could see the roofs of Madrid. They found a house with this characteristic, but it was fully compartmentalized, so it was necessary an entire refurbishment.

▼ 偏中性色调的室内空间,橡木地板与混凝土相协调,space used a neutral palette color,oak wood floor consistent with concrete

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业主需要一个开敞干净的大空间用于存放艺术收藏,设计师以此为设计出发点,将现存的混凝土结构暴露出来,使空间具有灵活性。项目旨在创造一个空间,在保证舒适的居住面积的前提下,将一半空间留给艺术画廊使用。

The firm strategy departed from a neccessity, a big, open and clear space for the owner’s art collection. We left the concrete structure seen, that allowed us this flexibility that we were looking for the new proposal. The aim of the project was to look for a space with a concept halfway between a house and an art gallery, without loosing the scale and comfort of a domestic space.

▼ 保留下来的混凝土结构,architect left the concrete structure seen

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▼ 可移动隔板隔离空间,space separated by movable wall

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▼ 隔板后的厨房用餐区域,dining and kitchen area behind the wall

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▼ 以白色调为主的用餐区域,white-color orientated dinging area

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设计师选择了两种原住宅曾使用过的材质:地板使用了橡木材质,浴室则运用了马塞尔大理石材质。空间的主要色调偏中性,为了更好的展现业主的绘画和摄影收藏。房间内的家具也选择了一些事务所专有的。

Referring to materials , we selected oak wood for the floor and Macael marble in the bathrooms, both materials were present in the building previously. Related to the colors, we used a neutral palette to give value to the paintings and the photographs of the owner’s collection. In relation to the furniture we selected some exclusive pieces.

▼ 卧室,Bedroom

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▼ 浴室则运用了马塞尔大理石材质,Macael marble used in the bathrooms

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▼轴测图,Axonometric

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▼平面图,Floor Plan

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LC7 swivel chairs by Cassina. Designed by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perrian and Pierre Jeanneret. Leather and wood structure.
Paulistano armchair by mendes da Rocha. Leather and chrome structure.
Elica marble table by Zanotta.
Kuskoa stools by Kuskoa. Kvadrat fabric and wood structure.
Tamarind wood bench (unique piece).
AIM lamps by Flos.
Red table by Marita Segovia.
Bookcase, beds and headbords designed by our firm.
Washbasins and wardrobes below them designed by our firm.

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