Remodelation of an attic in Igualada
Through close collaboration with Acmuda , we are excited to display this space teeming with creativity and light. The work of interior designer Carola Closa, this loft expresses a variety of abundant and sophisticated creative influences.
The project consisted in opening up and connecting the living spaces, anchoring the design around the central greenhouse.
With the DadaKitchen, we find an area defined by its practicality but also by its sleek and neutral design. Such usefulness is found in its glass cabinets which can hide small appliances and keep breakfast essentials close at hand.
Similarly, note the complete integration of the Gaggenau, refrigerator while maintaining an understated elegance.
The kitchen island, developed with a focus on communal spaces and the needs of a family, is functional yet sophisticated through the incorporation of Gaggenau appliances. The kitchen counter seamlessly fits with its surroundings: refinement in the color Neolith Pulpis.
However, if there is one element in this project which defines this space, it is the greenhouse devised by Carola Closa at Acmuda. Featuring textured iron and interior shelves staggered throughout, the design combines the warmth found in nature with the transparency of glass that defines this loft.
Close by, a Cattelan table boasts forged iron painted in textured black, as well as a top made from solid oak treated with oil and invites us to contemplate its intricacies and the diaphanous chairs made from hand-stitched leather.
The space is complemented by a sofa and an ottoman with upholstery and luxurious fabric integrated onto the iron frame. The small coffee table, also from Molteni & C, provides the practicality every living room needs.