Energy-saving 10K House in Barcelona is a “labyrinth that multiplies perspectives”

Spanish studio Takk took cues from snugly stacked Russian dolls for the interior renovation of this Barcelona apartment, which features rooms nestled inside each other to maximise insulation.

Called 10K House, the 50-square-metre apartment was renovated by Takk using a material budget of only 10,000 euros with the aim of updating the home to be as sustainable as possible.

10K House is a residential interior design project

The project was informed by concerns about climate change as well as the global energy crisis faced by homeowners and renters.

Arranged across one open level, rooms were built “inside one another” in a formation that mimics the layers of an onion and places

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