The project was presented to us during the construction process, in gray work and walls completely lifted, with the aim of improving internal spaces. As the talks were developed with our clients, it became clear that the project will not only require a reappraisal of the interiors, facades, but also in search of a more contemporary style.
Under this design concept, we are dedicated to improving the flow between spaces and communication, eliminating unnecessary divisions for the new architectural style chosen by the customer.
Among the design criteria were used to find a style that will endure over time, with clean lines and sculptural volumes, emphasized by the appropriate use of lighting, textures and colors that do not compete with each other.
Among the most important features of the density of the project are floating roofs, which can be seen at night, feeling created by the contrast between light and shadow that makes it look like huge slabs resting on a series of windows with the most minimal support and decorated with the purpose of the house facades.
Location: San Salvador, El Salvador
Architects: P & P Architects / Roberto Paredes and Juan Carlos Paredes
Type: Residential / Residential Building
Client: Family Henríquez
Area: 600 m²
Images: P & P Architects