Anyone who is in search of ideas and inspiration for the transformation of their own home, it will be useful to take a look at the interior design of the apartment in modern classical style, designed by Spanish architect Josep Rua.
The apartments in question are located in Valencia and are characterized by exquisite simplicity, which is provided by an abundance of natural wood and a laconic palette, but above all — light, lots of light.
The landscapes of Valencia are particularly beautiful. Traditional Mediterranean architecture, as a rule, does not use this advantage, as if trying to deny it.
Obviously, comfort considerations are considered first, and providing protection from the scorching sun rays that literally incinerate the city for several months of the year becomes a priority.
However, technological progress has led to the creation of more advanced types of glass, which make it possible to supply residential interiors with large windows and at the same time guarantee the performance of a protective function.
Therefore, serious design changes were made in the penthouse we are considering. The architect did not hesitate to violate the integrity of the ceiling by installing windows in it, all over the space, from the bedroom to the bathroom. One of these skylights stretches along the main facade, revealing a rather peculiar view.
The place of the current bedroom was previously occupied by a terrace. It was located slightly above the rest of the apartment, and the author of the project decided to take advantage of this circumstance to separate the bedroom itself from the bathroom. A bathtub built into the floor and painted to match it also contributes to this task.
The walls in rooms with high humidity are lined with tiles from Mutina with a “honeycomb” relief pattern. When the sun’s rays penetrate through the ceiling windows and fall on vertical surfaces covered with small hexagons, there is a bizarre play of shadows, the effect of raindrops.
Mirrors are installed in such a way that most of the room is reflected in them. They create a sense of spaciousness and an interesting perspective. Rotating panels with mirror finish delicately delimit the bathroom and dressing room, producing countless highlights.
The bed looks as if it does not stand on the floor, but only attaches the headboard to the wall. The intricate curves of the ceiling continue in the lower part of the room, forming a rounding that acts as a night table. Almost the only piece of decor here is the Cappello table lamp from Moldesign.
This modern kingdom of light is the embodiment of the new architecture of Valencia, allowing you to enjoy all the delights of the Mediterranean climate.