This apartment in the neighborhood Las Cañitas is inhabited by a young advertising director and a graphic designer. Several pictures, books, magazines and objects of many colours and periods coexist as a sample of the cultural identity of this couple. A palette of colors, textures and furniture organizes space and frames the multiple disparities.
The careful design of equipment and furniture selection highlights the singular personalities of the homeowners. Everything essential to feel space as home and to tell a story is displayed in the forefront. Furniture are few but with confortable materials and large dimensions to serve many purposes. This results in more free space available, greater flexibility of use and maximum functionality. This apartment’s design is intended as a contemporary support for home warmth and personal identity.