Three adjacently located apartments in a building of the 1950ies were turned into a 6000ft2 flat. The spacious, light-flooded rooms are connected through a central corridor, while the 1700ft2 living and dining area occupies the whole west part, giving view to the Madrid skyline on three sides. Two of the big openings have been converted in huge eye-catching panels of fixed glazing that impressively display the view on the city. Walls and ceilings are painted all white, emphasizing the effect of changing lightbeams coming from six skylights. Floors and bathrooms are covered with sandstone. Clear lines, light colours and well-shaped proportions create a neutral, timeless and elegant space to be brought to live by its inhabitants.