The Spanish architect Raúl Sánchez worked in a home design project to make it versatile. A weekend retreat for its owners or a rental home for tourists. Either way, you’ll love the architecture and interior design of the place. Discover The Amazing Convertable Dining Area by Raúl Sánchez.
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House 106, as it is known, was a true challenge for the architect Sánchez. After long analysis of the place the creator felt that by removing some of the old walls and replacing them with alternative partitions, spaces would be easier to adapt to the different needs and occupants of the house.
Instead of dividing up the living, dining and kitchen spaces, Raúl added a curved wooden wall that transforms a backdrop do a small dining room. Built from oak veneer panels, this wooden wall works as a screen giving privacy to the dining space.
“This partition does not reach the ceiling, as it is only 180 centimeters tall, and its purpose is to create a distinct area but without splitting the space,” explained Sánchez.
Apart from the wooden wall, all the architectural fixtures in the space are monochrome. Including black floor tiles, white kitchen cabinets and a grey marble splashback.
The staircase reminds of the 70s with its distinctive green marble that leads the way to the first floor where the layout was barely changed unless one of the five rooms that was turned into a lounge space or games room.
The architect is now working on another part of House 106 renovation, which will include upgrading the garden, adding a pool and extending the building to create an extra bedroom.
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