The Miami Vice Rooftop

Location: Madrid – Goya

Project type: Complete renovation and interior design

Details: This 110m2 flat on the sixth floor of an old Salamanca building underwent a complete space redistribution. The floor of the former exterior terrace, which had been closed off dozens of years ago, was lowered almost half a meter back to the level of the flat and incorporated into a very large living area. Reopening the terrace was not an option as we had to respect the aspect of the buildings house front. Hence, we installed a 10m2 large automated glass ceiling which provides incredible views of Madrid’s sky.

The rest of the flat is articulated around an entrance hall and hallway that leads two a master bedroom with bathroom ensuite, as well as two other bedrooms that share a second bathroom. As in most of our projects we renewed the entire electrical installation, windows and heating system, integrated spotlights in false ceilings and installed central air conditioning.

The decoration is resolutely contemporary playing off the incredible light throughout the flat and inspired by the Bauhaus influenced residences of Miami. (The building that houses this flat was built in the thirties). The color palette mixes white and black with graphic patterns and dashes of turquoise, chartreuse green and blush pink.

Property use: High-end medium and long term furnished rental

Pictures: Slawomir Urban