Cozy And Inviting Villa Piedad In San Sebastian By Marta Badiola
Today we would like to show to you a wonderful house design envisioned by Marta Badiola. Known as Villa Piedad, spanish for “mercy house”, this house is located in San Sebastián, Spain.
The house was originally a two-family house built in 1950 which then divided up into 8 tiny flats. Meanwhile this modern villa was created in 2010 made of one half of the under-roof space from the original structure, the result of transformation and redesign project done by architect Marta Badiola.
The redesign project was not only to transform the space into a livable home but also to bring a fresh and modern feels. And as you can see at the following pictures, the designer created an elegant interior very neat yet cozy dominated by white color accents.
The main living area is quite large and offers panoramic views of the city, the wooden staircase connects the living room to the mezzanine level where studio/bedroom lies. The studio is very functional, it can be converted into a cozy guest bedroom if necessary. There is also a cool white kitchen which is connected to the living room.
We invite you to check out a series of interior design photos below to get some inspirations from the villa Piedad.