100 Cubic Meters: Split-Level Urban Micro-Condo in Madrid
Report by Urbanist, filed below Fixtures & Interiors in the Design and style group.
Good property design is not just about a excellent item but about approach and context, as illustrated in this situation via diagrams, video clips and photographs of how to make a little room perform on a number of amounts in Madris, Spain (each physically and proverbially).
MYCC (images by Elena Almagro) managed to match in a full bathroom, residing space, kitchen, bedroom and office into this curiously-shaped urban shelter, narrow however also comparatively deep and tall (about: 2 meters broad, 10 meters lengthy and 5 meters large).
A minimal combination of stairs and ladders connect the various platforms within the resulting studio, set out of the way and rendered partially transparent (staircase sans risers) or set off to the side (ladder along the wall) to help leave open lines of sight between numerous rooms.
A large skylight directly illuminates the perform room, and, indirectly, the rest of the unit as nicely. The lack of horizontal room restricted opportunities for plan-degree complexity, but opened up spatial options in section as the dimensional diagram outline displays beneath.
A quirky animated video takes viewers on a short tour of the conceptual layout process, starting with the entry degree then splitting off to present how the various floors, nooks and crannies took form.