Reform and Interior Design
Taller d’arquitectura i disseny
18.42 m2 are the useful square metres of the Sant Pere Mitjà project. Located in Ribera del Born in a building of 10 metres across, the idea of the project was to grab all the space as possible to make habitable. Laws living conditions establishes that the minimum surface of the apartments to be habitable ( If it’s a new construction ) are 36m2; If the apartment was built before 1984 it’s allowed a minimum surface between 15m2 and 20m2.
To design a minimal space it’s not easy, particularly If the applicable regulation are so stringent. The interior reform was designed with the idea to keep some elements like sink or bathroom as the unique fixed elements. However other elements like the attic are being used as a bedroom or as a storage. The proposal was established to extremely compact dimensions in order to release the space needed and offer maximum flexibility and comfort.
Work: Reform and interior design Barcelona
Architect: LaBoqueria Taller d’Arquitectura i Disseny
Builded surface: 18,42 m²
Year project: 2016
Year built: 2016
Photography: Alba Nàjera
Builder: Felipe Tellez S.L