Terrace by Liquidambar.es

This project achieves to integrate the magnificent Madrid’s skyline as a borrow scenery that acts as a backdrop to the design, promoting a profound dialogue between the in and out

The design tool principle is to fold a flat horizontal surface in order to create slightly raised platforms to be used as ‘chillout’ area. This allows part of its perimeter to be available to accommodate soiled areas for plants to grow.

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Comment by Andrew Spiering on March 29, 2012 at 9:53pm

Great space, Carlos!

Comment by Antoaneta Yordanova on March 21, 2012 at 4:05am

Looks spacious, clean and easy to live in. Perfect!

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