GVFC Apartment is a modern home renovated by the Spanish architecture and design company Balzar Arquitectos: a modern architecture building with a unique design and layout that was conceived by the complex, polygonal shape of the apartment block it sits within. Located in one of the main avenues in Valencia, the modern apartment is a minimal three-bedroom house. The renovated apartment is a symbol of abstract minimalism and sculptural fluidity: because of this, Boca do Lobo Blog invites you to explore this modern home recently modernized by Balzar Arquitectos.
For the responsible architects for this renovation, the modern home project can be understood as a “continuous geometry, abstract in its form, seeking to be a sculpture”. As you can see, the diagonal walls and the fortified columns in the center of the contemporary living room join with the renovation design idea through the unique sculptural interferences.
Inside the interiors, the lounge and dining area are perceptually detached by a rounded and curvy ceiling volume that also hides a structural beam, the contemporary kitchen is surrounded by a built-in counter that spreads into the modern design space, while a glowing and translucent partition defines the former balcony.
Ruled by a minimalist aesthetic, the simple decoration of this contemporary architecture space further increases the perception of the modern home as a continuous sculptural form. Besides this, the ample daylight filtering wraps itself all around the modern apartment.
For this renovation design, the architects prearranged a floor plan that cleverly unites older structural elements with newer built elements, to create a unified modern home that prioritizes light and space. Balzar Arquitectos’ approach is demonstrated in the contemporary interior design of the open-plan living space of this modern home that incorporates the contemporary living room, the modern dining room, kitchen, and the office: all the division are unified by the all-white color palette for the walls and ceiling.