This duplex penthouse is inside a new building located in Arnedo, Spain. The spatial solution is not conventional, due to the flip of the floor use found in a traditional duplex.
The main space enjoys the view above the city. Living and working in two different levels of the same space. Connected but separated at the same time. The studio on the mezzanine turns into bedroom when friends are staying.
Sao Paulo based architect Guilherme Torres has developed ideas which fuse the modern and the traditional. Guilherme’s own house, designed by the architect himself, bears a chequered wood design, a kind of brise soleil called muxarabie, which is a classic feature in Eastern architecture.
Brazilian designer Guilherme Torres took advantages of the sensations caused by the characteristics of the space allocated to him at this years MostraBlack.
Wall-mounted lacquered melamine storage wall, design by Gian Vittorio Plazzogna. Born from the combination and abbreviation of “Cesar” and “Day”, this furnishing system was designed to be the ideal continuation of the kitchen furniture