The kitchen island as the key to the distribution
In this apartment the situation of the kitchen island is key to understanding the resolution of the interior design project and specifically the distribution of the different rooms. In this case, the volume does a double function that opens the space and distributes the rooms without needing a corridor. Instead of conceiving a closed kitchen, the kitchen island opens a step that, on the one hand, expands the space available for the kitchen and on the other transforms it into a multifunctional bench that serves as a meeting place or an impromptu work point. The hall disappears and from the space of the kitchen and through two doors you can access from one side of the suite and from the other to one of the two children’s rooms that maintain a symmetrical arrangement.
These rooms have sliding doors that allow connecting or dividing the two rooms transforming them into a large shared play space or, in two independent rooms that ensure the privacy that the passage of time will require. The living room also has a multifunctional volume that houses two sliding doors, as well as storage and audiovisual support for one side and a point of work and study on the other side. A good example of our coblonal boxes that distribute the space, keeping the option to open thanks to its layout and sliding doors.
It is worth mentioning that, in this case, the decoration was not at our expense. But the distribution that configures the interior design of this house is one of the most representative of our way of projecting.