monochromatic tones throughout the house. this glowing orange this sits a twisting botantical arrangement of still life that breaks up
core reverberates off of the white walls, entertaining the eye yet any runway-like feeling of the counter. the cubical white upholstered
ensuring that the focus remains on the constantly changing views of bar chairs with steel legs hail from a-cero’s furniture line.
the surrounding land and seascape.
in the adjacent living room, an impressive black chimney rises from
the super minimalist kitchen exemplifies this. located a few steps a wide shelf-style fireplace, making a strong yet subtle statement
up from the living room, the long, sleek space enjoys incredible similar to that of the kitchen counter. torres has furnished the room
vistas via unencumbered floor-to-ceiling windows set along two with handsome black-and-white furniture from the studio’s sen line.
sides. a wall of flush white cupboards (without handles, of course) right angles dominate save for the organic curves of a few choice
separates the kitchen from the hall standing just behind the cooking accessories and paintings by Mercedes rodriguez párrizas. the
area. it is complemented by a set of similar cupboards along the square black dining table and matching buffet complement a
perpendicular wall facing the views. the almost invisible cook top, similarly arranged seating area with a coffee table that derives
oven and sink are housed in a massive central island whose patent inspiration from traditional Japanese design. Both are set on beige
black beauty resembles that of a grand piano. designed by torres, carpets bordered in gray. Once again, torres makes sure the views
the sculptural structure incorporates an unusually long floating command full attention. still, on a practical note, he installed rolling
beveled extension with enough counter space to seat eight. atop sunshades to protect against the midday glare and heat.