Awesome Different Heights Interior Design in Madrid Attic Project

Spanish architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez, has transformed the attic space from the early 20th century building in Madrid, into a new space of life with various levels.

Initially, this structure was an attic from the typical classical buildings of the early twentieth century. Architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez developed this attic design as freely as possible based on a consistent three-dimensional concept. The end result is that every one of the areas or points of the house can be found by defining several design axes.

The final design is a dynamic movement in several square meters with different heights, up and down. Hector gave a new experience about space in the context of the house, namely the exploration of the room. Shifts between spaces are continuous and also allow free circulation of movements at all levels.

The spatial flexibility that transforms this house is a smart housing concept that adapts itself to actual needs and new uses. Where the room, lighting and also the time circulation in the multifunctional space without angle or priority. This also involves expanding interior decoration criteria and conventional regulatory trends.