The only 25 square meter apartment, located in a mountain resort near Madrid, was designed after the idea was developed by the architects Beriot, Bernardini arquitectos Rebuilt in 2013. Since the available space was too tight, the living space was fundamentally restructured and the rooms were merged. the small apartment, except for the bathroom, it was completely emptied and 2 living boxes (wooden living containers) were integrated. The architects wanted a bright apartment. Daylight should reach the corners of the room. Therefore, larger windows were installed, which brought more sunlight and allowed a breathtaking view of the mountain landscape.
Conversion of the loft Puerto de Navacerrada
One living box is suitable for sleeping and contains a double bed and bunk beds, while the other living structure functions as a living area and offers seating niches by the window to relax in. The sleeping box is equipped with a folding table that can be used as a dining or worktop and as a separating element between the two areas.
Living comfortably with wood
The flooring in the small apartment was redesigned with black linoleum, which, in combination with the wood and the bright red bed linen, creates a cozy atmosphere. You might think that something essential for survival is missing here – the kitchen. The small cooking area and storage space are hidden behind long curtains.
Redesigned 25 square meter apartment
The small apartment is very cozy after the renovation
The folding table serves as a separator between the two areas
Folding table serves as a privacy screen
Kitchen and storage space hidden behind long curtains
Small apartment with an open space design
View of the mountain resort near Madrid
Loft Puerto de Navacerrada designed by Beriot, Bernardini arquitectos in 2013
The new sun-drenched living area invites you to linger and relax
Natural materials transform the apartment into an oasis of calm
Pictures: Yen Chen
Loft Puerto de Navacerrada, Madrid