When limits are crossed, architectural speaking, expect for some of the most ingenious projects you have ever seen. And I say this because that’s exactly the case of the B&N House in Madrid, Spain. The house is a project completed entirely, from the architectural structure to the interior and furniture, by A-cero team.
Chromatically, the house works perfect in the context of a very exotic site, surrounded by a green garden, with several palm trees. White and black predominate, with shades of grey to blend the two of them and few touches of red and blue for two of the bedrooms, of which one is a children’s bedroom.
Although it’s spacious, there’s a lot of action going on in the living room, almost crowded, as there are two separate areas for socializing, plus a small corner for the round dining table. The final touch for the exterior is the part facing the backyard open to the exterior, having comfty seating areas and wonderful lights that give such a special glow at night.