The interior spaces have been distributed into two main areas, one for use during the day and the other for use at night, in order to optimise the use of the homes. Common auxiliary spaces like bathrooms and dressing rooms are located between the two main areas. The “day” area faces south-east and includes the living room, dining room and kitchen, while the bedrooms in the “night” area face north-east. This distribution provides both functional and sustainable benefits by enhancing the thermal and acoustic management of the different rooms.
All homes open onto both the main and back façade. The five-bedroom apartments also have windows that open onto the lateral façade for optimal ventilation. This type of ventilation, known as cross-ventilation in eco-architecture, is crucial for the passive cooling of homes. All homes from the second to the top floor feature large terraces on both the main and back façade, with a lateral terrace off the five-bedroom apartments.
These luxury apartments in Barcelona are equipped with an integrated Konnex home automation (KNX) system, a commonly used network communications protocol that can be extended and modified at any time. It also complies with the requirements of the European (EN 50090) and International (ISO/IEC 14543) standards for building and home automation.
Each home has its own private garage in the basement that has an automatic door. Depending on the number of parking spaces available on each floor, the garages have three, four or five spaces, as well as a large 45-m² storage room for each apartment.