Located in the northeast of Madrid, in the exclusive Puerta de Hierro colony, the project includes four residential blocks with two apartments in the ground floor, a first floor apartment and two duplex penthouses.
These residences offer large spaces, balconies, a private swimming pool and gardens designed to ensure privacy in all rooms.
The project also has common areas, such as a community pool, gymnasium and underground parking with direct access to each of the blocks.
The façades have been designed with dynamic structures, which create moving shapes, in order to achieve harmony and integration with the environment.
The large glass windows, the balconies, the porches and the presence of water all around, achieve a greater harmony between inside and outside spaces, between architecture and nature.
Among the materials used are natural limestone pavements, oak wood flooring and custom-made carpentry, exterior aluminum frames with minimalist profiles and large sliding panels.
On the outside, a double façade has been designed with wooden panels and aluminum slats, bush-hammered marble cladding and natural granite exterior flooring..
Madrigal 16 Residential Complex Gallery
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