This project is located in one of the most conservative districts of Lima, with pre-existing buildings that average 30 years old. The project was designed to modernize the house, add a bathroom, and solve privacy problems. The kitchen and the dining room were integrated through an open porch where a bar table serves as an intermediate space that complements these environments.
Additionally, a guest bath was added and combined with the laundry area of the house and separated by a sanded glass door. This separation simultaneously manages to keep the passage of light to the laundry area and maintains the privacy of both spaces.
The private bedrooms and social areas (dining room and living room) were separated by a hall that contains a linen closet that is accessible by a sliding door that does not reduce space and harmonizes with these environments.
In the private area, the closets were redesigned with the same language used in the rest of the house, making them more efficient and in accordance with the needs of the client. The main bathroom, which serves as an intermediate space between both rooms, was modernized to create an illuminated and efficient space.
Finally, the house tries to solve the problems with privacy and functionality by integrating and separating environments, as well as using warm and luminous materials to create a comfortable environment.