Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation

Architect
The Room Studio
Location
Madrid, Spain | View Map
Project Year
2020
Category
Private Houses
The Room Studio
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
Open wardrobe and bedside tables Momocca
Oak Wood FloorAVAWOOD
Stone Sink Bathco
Reunion negro
Countertop bathroom area is Dekton Cosentino
Home Automation Gira
Open wardrobe lamps Marset

Product Spec Sheet
Open wardrobe and bedside tables
Oak Wood Floor
Stone Sink
Reunion negro by Bathco
Countertop bathroom area is Dekton
Home Automation
by Gira
Open wardrobe lamps
by Marset

Casa Decor

The Room Studio as Architects

At the 55th edition of Casa Decor, The Room Studio, led by Meritxell Ribé and Josep Puigdomènech, proposes the design of a hotel suite equipped with a home automation integration system by the German brand Gira.

 

The Project is conceived from its initial design in an efficient and sustainable way with the environment, opting for construction processes that minimize the environmental impact. Built in materials are intended for to be reused once the Exhibition is over. With the use of home automation, the aim is not only to create lighting scenes, but also to manage and control electricity consumption, as well as increasing the useful life of the lightings.

 

The space has a comfortable and sinuous circulation created through organic lines and natural materials, obtaining two different areas within the suite with a sophisticated and elegant air.

 

On the one hand, there is the bedroom that contains: the large bed, an open dressing room and a comfortable sofa. On the other hand, the entrance and the water area with a differentiating dark marble paving creates a warm and unique atmosphere.

 

The whole set is completed with a fully integrated home automation and audiovisual work that can be controlled through any device. Along with home automation, the most convenient environment is created to relax according to the mood of the guest.

 

A studied selection of materials is carried out such as: walnut wood, fluted glass, brass details, different types of recovered marbles, silks, natural linens, onyx stone, velvets and hydraulic lime, among others.

 

Material Used :
1. Home Automation – GIRA
2. Marble Floor (Turquia Stone) – Estudio Arqué
3. Oak Wood Floor – Avawood
4. Socket and cornises – Orac Decor
5. Hidden mirror and curved glass – Divah Baños
6. Ceramic Tiling (The Hamptons cherry Collection) – APE Grupo
7. Decorative mural Papel – Inkiostro Bianco
8. Headboard covered and curtains – Gancedo
9. Oval table, mirror and headboard design – The room Studio
10. Countertop bathroom area is Dekton – Cosentino
11. Taps - Gessi
12. Open wardrobe and bedside tables – Momocca
13. Linens – La Maison Barcelona
14. Rug – BSB Barcelona
15. Office chair – Stella Works
16. Entrance wall lamps – DCW Edition
17. Sofa wall lamp  – Nemo Lighting
18. Ceiling lightings – Delta Light
19. Open wardrobe lamps – Marset
20. Stone Sink – Bathco
21. Sofa - &Tradition
22. Ceiling Painting – Valentine
23. Artwork – by Max Gärtner in Victor Lope‘s Gallery

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