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Photo: Miguel de Guzman

Three-dimensional puzzle: Pop-up house by TallerDE2

A remodelling project on Madrid’s Avenida de Valladolid has exploited all possibilities in exacting detail. TallerDE2 Arquitectos first gutted this old, somewhat poky four-room apartment from the 1950s. They then used light build-ins to reorganize the spatial arrangement.

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The Pop Up House by TALLERDE2 Architects from ImagenSubliminal on Vimeo.

Location: Avenida de Valladolid, Madrid, Spain

Team: Arantza Ozatea Cortázar, ­Alvaro Martín Fidalgo, Cruz Calleja

Client: Juan Domínguez, ­Madrid

Contractor: Paco Ferrero/Fedeclima, ­Madrid

Timber works: José Leal, Fernando ­González, Madrid

This article is taken out of the following magazine:
INSIDE I1/2015
Inside 1/2015

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