CumuloLimbo inserts plywood-clad loft within UpHouse in Madrid

Inexpensive materials such as salvaged plywood feature in a compact apartment in Madrid that has been overhauled by Spanish studio CumuloLimbo.

The project, called UpHouse, entailed an extensive redesign of a small apartment in Madrid‘s Hortaleza district.

A mezzanine was added to the flat in Madrid

The clients, a young couple, wanted to create more space by raising the apartment’s ceiling and adding a second level. They turned to local firm CumuloLimbo to design the fit-out. The project had a tight budget of $39,000 (£28,334).

To prevent the unit from feeling too dark and cramped, the studio suggested

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