The interior renovation project for Sombrerería is located in one of the most emblematic streets of the Old Quarter of Bilbao. Due to its corner position, the interiors have the advantage of having large window openings that provide abundant light and views of the neighbourhood streets.
The main idea of the project has been to enhance the amplitude of the spaces through the union of the various original rooms of the apartment. In this way, it is intended to create new perspectives between the different uses that, although they are delimited by light closures, always allow the visual connection between them.
The design of the wood and glass closure that separates the kitchen from the living room is designed following this concept. This piece made of oak plywood profiles and glass surfaces is divided into three different sections. The central bay serves as a window between living room and kitchen and storage at the same time. The sides, which serve as a passage to the kitchen, integrate the original French doors of the House.
The elements that have been used in the reform of the house, combine original pieces of the property with new materials which due to their simple and neutral lines, enhance the character of the existing old elements.
1. Flooring: Wooden flooring by Irastorza
2. Doors: Original doors refurbished
3. Windows: Wooden frames by Irastorza
4. Interior furniture: ProyectoVeta, CH24 Wishbone Chair by Carl Hansen & Son