Casa Olivar is a Madrid apartment designed as a “sensorial refuge”

Designers Matteo Ferrari and Carlota Gallo have transformed a traditional two-storey apartment in Madrid, Spain, into a tranquil home for themselves featuring a pared-back palette of natural materials and crafted details.

Casa Olivar is located in a typical corrala – a type of apartment building found in the old parts of Madrid, where housing units are accessed from external covered corridors.

Matteo Ferrari and Carlota Gallo have designed their own apartment in Madrid

The apartment’s interior was in poor condition when Ferrari and Gallo purchased the property, and decided to convert it into a contemporary home.

The design retains some of the building’s historical features while reorganising the compact interior

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