Interior example of a "broken plan"

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Studio Pauzarq arquitectos used technique "broken plan" designing this apartment of 100 square meters in Bilbao, Spain. The term "broken plan" is used to describe the configuration of the space, including all sorts of nooks, rooms and TV room, instead of a single large hall. This type of home is becoming more and more popular, because tenants are increasingly seeking to find a separate space in the apartment.

During the reconstruction of the old residence of the architects paid close attention to its original features. They opened the original concrete structure and used a series of walls that follow the lines of beams.

In the middle of the apartment are grouped kitchen, dining room and living room, forming a central hub. U-shaped glass partition, wooden frame with sliding doors allocates a dining area and kitchen separates. White walls of termogliny shared rooms, which run along the front facade of the apartments, while the wooden pillars and walls of plasterboard used in areas located along the inner wall.

The original iron radiators and the floorboards were integrated into the new design. In places where there are new light and dark old floorboards, it was created striped "transition area" to soften the contrast between the two different shades of wood.

Photo: Xabier Aldazabal

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