The SAN Hair & MakeUp project is carried out on 55sq.m. on the ground floor of one of the most emblematic Art Deco buildings of the Countess, designed by Ing. Francisco Serrano, so the design sought to integrate with it. The facade was proposed as a connector between the interior and exterior of the living room, for this was designed a lattice display with straight lines that allows a sifted visual connection from different sets of volumes, which seeks to arouse the curiosity of walkers. Because it is a small space, the project concentrates the bath-rooms and services in a module manufactured of blacksmithing, polycarbonate and Acapulco yarn; which not only allows you to leave the rest of the space free but also functions as a large light screen for the whole living room. The differentiation of the different uses of the space was chosen to play with different textures on the floor, giving greater importance to the reception and the main corridor. The design sought to generate a strong space, playing with black and white colors and accentuating elements with wood and brass, also both the concrete structure and installations remained apparent.