The bright house-studio in Las Rozas (Madrid) by the architect and interior designer Pablo Gómez

Two entrance doors, two different functions. And the home of Pablo Gómez, from 320 meters square and with a garden, It also houses your company’s office and showroom. Rez-studio, which is accessed independently. But for this, Pablo Gomez It has had to carry out a comprehensive renovation where it has also enhanced the luminosity, created open spaces and given it a very personal and desirable style.

«The house was already 27 years old and, although it was in good condition, we carried out work to adapt it to the new needs and improve the functionality of each space», Pablo Gómez explains to us. With the project, the original 5 bedrooms were reduced to three; and on the ground floor it was possible to create a gym, the area dedicated to Rez-study and an open U-shaped social space that integrates living room, dining room and kitchen. This common area is perhaps the most striking of the entire house: firstly because its three rooms have direct access to the garden; and secondly, because These occur with coherence through connecting elements. Thus, the kitchen has a cocktail island which leads us directly to the dining room; and the wall that supports the television seems to show us the way to the sofa area.

Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Carrara marble floor and painting by Rafael Baena. To the left, access door to the social area (living room, dining room and kitchen).

Kitchen, dining room and living room follow one another in an open space with connecting elements

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

The television wall separates and connects the living room and dining room at the same time. Coffee table designed by Rez-estudio and made with Dekton sheet.

Rugs and fabrics that fill environments with personality

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Rug from Kilombo Rugs, lamp from Sklum and fabric cushions from Harlequín in Pepe Peñalver. Lateral Line Chart.

Orange armchairs to add a touch of color to your decor
Set of two orange armchairs

WAHSON OFFICE CHAIRS Set of two orange armchairs
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Orange armchair with 50s feel

WAHSON OFFICE CHAIRS 50’s style orange armchair
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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Sculpture by Maite Carranza and paintings by Rafael Baena. Dining table designed by Rez-studio and ceiling lamp Formakamia design by Jaime Hayón for the Danish firm &Tradition.

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

An island acts as a work area as well as a cocktail area.

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

The architect and interior designer Pablo Gómez in his study and work area.

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Rez-studio showroom area with lime-finished walls by Cement Design and microcement floor. Faro Barcelona spotlights and Sklum ceiling lamps. Shelves and cabinets in matte black finish.

Another of the successes in Pablo Gómez’s home is undoubtedly the finishes that surround the walls. Thus, the majority of The floors have been dressed with a polished microcement, in a very serene color that blends with the paint on the walls and ceilings to result in a stage background with powerful luminosity. A perfect framework where Pablo Gómez has introduced a very young decoration that is governed by a range of neutrals and is made up, in many cases, of furniture and pieces designed by the studio itself. The imitation wood melamine cabinets – for example, in the kitchen or the dream dressing room in the master suite – have been the fabrics and upholstery, the rugs and other small accessories that have been responsible for warming up the atmosphere, while the paintings on the walls They offer extra emotion and color. Order, symmetry and balance of proportions are undoubtedly one of the keys to the entire project that he shows us.

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Table lamps from Zara Home and headboard from Kavehome. Harlequín cushions at Pepe Peñalver. Zara Home blanket.

headboards for the bed
Headboard with curved shapes

Maisons du monde Headboard with curved shapes
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upholstered headboard

THE MATTRESS WEB Upholstered headboard
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Palilleria headboard

SUENOSZZZ Palilleria headboard
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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Dressing room with melamine doors in brown finish from Finsa. Armchair designed by Rez studio, with upholstery by Pepe Peñalver.

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Photos: Raúl Celestino. Styling: Pilar Perea

Microcement floors. Stairs with access to the jacuzzi.

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Natural stone sinks from Saltoki Home.

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