Valencia-based architects and interior designers +Quespacio have designed the House Ciudad de las Ciencias Valencia project. Completed in 201o, the contemporary interior design project can be found in Spain’s third largest city Valencia.
According to the interior designers: The contemporary Spanish property is situated in a privileged area in the city of Valencia. The apartment measures 125 sqm and comes with amazing views of the City of Science, besides a wide luminosity.
“The client, a young sophisticated professional required a modern reformation and interior design for his new home. Clients’ brief were clear and included: wide spaces, brightness and a modern decoration. Without converting it into a cold place, and above all commodity for a joyful stay in every corner of the house.
“With an important view to budget, many of the existing spaces wear maintained. Only a few partition walls were eliminated, reducing the bedrooms from 3 to 2 and extending the living room.
“The entry lobby presents a photography exposition that shows various historical moments from people of Afro-Caribbean heritage. It’s been created to be change with the times.
“In the living room the large windows are maximsed so natural light can flood the room. The central point in the contemporary room is the big red flower lamp from Lucent that marks the coloor palette: green, red and grey – combined with the powerful white. In the living room we can see three different areas all with a special eye for commodity combined with a modern design.
A dining area can be found behind the sofa, here you can find a glass table combined with steel legs that contrasst with the white chairs. In the chill out zone the red carpet contrasts with the grey chaise lounge used for reading.
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