In Granada and Marbella are home to the last two renovations by Salto Proyectos, Andalusian architects with many years’ experience.
Seeking elegance and simplicity, they have designed two flats with a lot of personality that make the most of the abundant light in these lands and that mix modernity with open, functional spaces.
In Granada, where the ‘Chueca’ project can be found, the interior designers have centralised the space in a dining room of light tones, complemented with furniture and lighting. The DANKA pendant light presides over the table ‘unobtrusively’ with its subtle design, and the ceiling lights from the LINK collection give a warm welcome in the reception—with a window to the kitchen—breaking up the pale pink of the wall.
Following this thread, at the ‘Tetuan’ project in Marbella, the MOY, PLAT, ERES and NIT lights are hung to illuminate some edgy finishes. The terracotta floor is the indisputable protagonist of the entire space, which has been combined with the classic white and a strong blue in the dining room. The ERES wall light is located in the entrance, gives depth to the contrasts and complements the lighting thanks to its double light beam.
PLAT has also been placed just above the table and perfectly enhances the bulb and the fine structure of the diffusor. Some soft, elegant details, such as MOY, which illuminates the master bedroom from the wall, and the NIT wall light placed next to the bed. NIT also has a tray that is perfect to be used as a bedside table.
Photographs: Architectural Matter