Oco Arquitectos, a Spanish design studio, designed CR House with a soft, minimalistic interior. The main goal of the design is an open layout that allows natural light and ventilation throughout the entire house.
CR House is located in Ambroz, a small village in the province of Granada. It has a surface area of one hundred square metres and consists of a bedroom, a bathroom and a terrace connected to the kitchen, dining and living room. The house is shielded on two sides while the other two sides let sunlight in through a glass volume, the terrace, which is slid into the main living quarters.
The designers use concealed lighting for a sleek finish.
The ground floor is decorated in a minimalist style with white walls and furniture and a light beige wooden floor. The staircase has a special parapet in the form of thin iron wires connecting the first floor to the ground floor and the designers use concealed lighting for a sleek finish. On the first floor, a warmer version of the minimalist style was chosen with dark brown wood and dark grey plaster. This creates a discrepancy between the ground floor and the first floor. CR House has a warm, relaxing atmosphere where natural sunlight reigns. Oco Arquitectos uses very minimal decoration. This is ideal for a creative client who needs a new blank piece of paper. Images courtesy of Oco Arquitectos