Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop
Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop
Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop

The clients of the project are both a father and son looking for a shared home that does not mean giving up their privacy and their space freedom: the result is the Paco House, a unique space that can be shaped according to one's daily needs

Paco House, designed by Zooco Studio to enjoy different types of family configurations. is far from the stereotypical traditional home. An integrative space brings together all common areas while allowing connection to some private areas

Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop

The layout of the house is simple: a duplex connected by a central void. On the ground floor are the common areas such as the living room, kitchen, dining room and bedrooms. Upstairs we find the son's apartment, an open space with common spaces and a large terrace

Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop

The modeling and design of the spaces are done strictly through two unique materials, oak and black marble. We simplify the aesthetic language of the house and demonstrate the dignity of natural raw materials, without anything artificial

Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop

The common textures of all spaces bring serenity and fluidity to the home, reinforcing the unique and integrative character of the design. To provide flexibility in configuring the spaces of Paco House, the architects design a system of the sliding systems along the entire upper floor

Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop

As a communication element between floors, we designed a flying staircase, as light as possible, to precisely enhance the fluidity between spaces and the integral perception of the house. All design elements, with the exception of the bathroom fixtures and faucets, were designed ad hoc, always starting from the premise of the common materials of wood and stone

Paco House and the Madrid skyline as a backdrop

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