House on Cisar Street is a renovation of an early 20th Century building. From the street, this Valencian home reflects the architecture of its time; the buildings are defined by impressive curving façades rich with decoration and detail. The interior, however, sports a gorgeous modern and minimalist design.
Designed by the Spanish architectural firm Dot Partners, House on Cisar Street is a calm, minimal dwelling with big style. The living area is oriented towards the front of the home and features natural oak flooring with white walls and neutral furnishings. The bedrooms are placed in the back, overlooking an interior courtyard. Sleek, low-profile light fixtures illuminate the home, providing a warmth that is accentuated by the wood floors. The only bit of colour comes from the bathroom, painted a deep green in a dramatic moment that leaves the viewer both surprised and pleased.
Dot Partners have managed to perfectly pair a modern home with the historic architecture of early 20th Century Valencia. The interior design seems to enhance, rather than compete, with the building’s exterior. This combination creates a wondrous design that will surely be admired for years to come.
Photography by David Zarzoso.