NEVER TOO SMALL: Vibrant Attic Transformation, Madrid 42sqm/452sqft



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Designed by gon architects for a film industry professional, the aptly named Casa Flix brings a Wes Anderson-inspired colour palette to life in this once dark and awkwardly laid out 1900’s attic in central Madrid. Vibrant pops of colour are strategically placed through-out, with larger colour blocks defining different zones: deep blue for the entrance, green for the home office and butter yellow for the 5.5m long kitchen. The all-white bedroom, hidden behind a pocket door, features a spacious tiled shower that connects to the rest of the house through a glass brick wall. The clever use of skylights along with mirrored walls, doors, and corners ensures that light floods the apartment whilst making it feel much larger than its 42m2 footprint.

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Project. Casa Flix
Architect: https://gon-architects.com/
Thumbnail Photography: http://imagensubliminal.com/

Produced by New Mac Video Agency
Creator: Colin Chee
Director: Nam Tran
Cinematographer: Andrew Davies
Producer: Lindsay Barnard
Editor: Sebastian Tibbs
Music: Orchidaceae by REW, Deep Water by Adi Goldstein and Say No More by Julian Hartwell from Artlist.io

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