Eugenia wanted a house without a living room. She wanted a house where the kitchen was the core of social life and everyone had a good, spacious bedroom where they could have their own world. She decided to renovate an apartment in a building from 1900 located in the Eixample of Barcelona, exchanging the day and night areas to achieve this unusual distribution.
The cement homogenizes all the rooms and protects the wet areas, takes a step back and gives the spotlight to the dark woods and porcelain, materials that have been present in the project from the first meeting.
Existing wooden doors and windows are restored, keeping part of the essence of the original house to contrast with the metal sliding doors with smoked glass and mirror effect.