We continue the presentation of this residential project in the Thyssen environment of the historic center of Malaga.
The project combines a contemporary aesthetic with the integration of existing elements, which are put in value. Thus, we have the metal structure that makes up the mezzanines in front of the exposed panels of original load-bearing walls, or the industrial touch provided by the exposed ducts of the air conditioning installation. The result is a very modern image, aimed at an enterprising public interested in design and attention to detail.
We show you in detail the prototypes of apartments in this comprehensive rehabilitation project of a building in Malaga, in the surroundings of the Carmen Thyssen Museum.
Respecting the original load-bearing wall structure, the different residential units, with one or two bedrooms, have been distributed. The lack of courtyards and the modulation of façade openings have been other conditioning factors of the design, which integrates the daytime rooms in unique, open and fluid spaces, reserving the greatest compartmentalization for the bedroom and bathroom areas.
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We begin today with the presentation of a new project in which the design team of González & Jacobson Architecture is immersed. It is a proposal in the historic center of Malaga, in the surroundings of the Carmen Thyssen Museum, an area for years abandoned and that, thanks to the Museum has recovered in a short time a great life, with restaurants, cafes, stores and tourist accommodations.
In this context, the building in question is located, already existing and that we are going to rehabilitate with a comprehensive intervention, respecting important elements of its structure and facade, such as the sequence of holes characteristic of the elevation or the load-bearing walls, which in some apartments will be exposed, to highlight its prominence.
The result is a residential project of one and two-bedroom apartments, with generous and very open spaces.