Each interior design projects by Susanna Cots is a balance that emerges from between the space and the emotions and visual comfort is apparent in a natural and imperceptible manner. All her work transcends the interior design universe: with passion, she has carved out a place in the ephemeral world of design by her simplicity and constancy. One of the most recognized contemporary interior design projects is a unique place where everyone can take a deep breath: the Oxygen House.
As you can see, neutral colors and respect for nature are the guidelines of Susanna Cots’ design concept in this interior design project for the Palafrugell-based developer Gestió7. During the process and as a craftsmanship lover, Susanna Cots employed a palette of natural materials to ensure the living spaces of this stunning house complement the tones and textures of its surroundings.
The property is located in the historic natural region to the north of Barcelona and was constructed as a series of boxes containing living areas connected by glazed corridors that maintain views between the rooms and out towards nature. As one of the best interior designers in Spain, Susanna Cots was selected to create an interior scheme that boosts the connection between all the divisions and the gardens.
This modern design project is an ode to hypnotically connected nature to access a source of life and serenity. This contemporary house in the heart of the Empordà region represents a turning point for those who wish to pursue a slow life. All the rooms have a unique design: cubes linked together by glass passages that make us feel as if we were strolling through a forest.
Designed by Susanna Cots, a glazed corridor leading towards the modern bedrooms is bordered on either side by landscaped courtyards, generating a sense of traversing an outdoor threshold between the private and communal areas.
There is a reception area that flows into a contemporary living room with modern furniture pieces and a marvelous dining area lined with full-height glazed walls that look out onto the garden and swimming pool. A wonderful idea by Susanna Cots!
In every space created by Susanna Cots, the wood is accompanied by ceramic and stoneware surfaces in contemporary rooms necessitating more robust finishes, counting the bathrooms and kitchen.