What to do with a family duplex when the children get older and seek their independence? It is precisely the question that the owners of this house located in Jaén had to face when their children began to get older. The result of the project, carried out by the Andalusian interior studio Alberto Aranda, has involved the total conversion of the duplex house into two independent houses, connected.
A rehabilitation process has been possible thanks to the guarantees and the interior space that the house already had. Now the residence has been converted into a double house that has an elegant and functional design where both parents and children coexist together, but with their own independence.
To give each of the floors greater freedom and autonomy, both houses have very well-differentiated spaces that function on their own. Of course, they all respond to a common denominator: the exclusivity and luxurious personality of each room.
Nothing goes unnoticed inside this home. Both spaces enjoy an aesthetic unity and a design present not only in the furniture but also in the decoration; in addition to the infinity of details that occupy the walls and ceilings, where the moldings have played an important role in combination with a selection of wallpapers.
On the other hand, it is worth highlighting the importance of the doors and the carpentry designs made by hand and made to measure for this project. A success that brings even greater sophistication to the rooms.
In short, Alberto Aranda has managed to create a luxurious and elegant atmosphere in this unique two-in-one home. With special care for lighting and various touches of sophistication and design, the spaces are consistent with the lifestyle of this well-traveled family.
Let’s now go to discover the interior of this house in which coexistence is easy and comfortable thanks to the differentiation of spaces. We will do it through the most outstanding decorative keys and that no decoration expert can ignore.
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