Inspired by the vibrant colours and geometric lines of Italian homes in the 1960’s, the team at gon architects redesigned this small one bedroom apartment located in one of the busiest squares in Madrid. Previously featuring exposed timber and walls that both enclosed and darkened the space, gon architects demolished the interior walls, allowing the perimeter of the now open space to be lined with floor to ceiling cabinetry. This cabinetry contains the apartment's kitchen, office, and storage space, as well as forming a unique wall that allows the bedroom to be either closed off, or opened up to the rest of the home. A projector within the bedroom ‘walls’ storage can be pointed into the living space or the bedroom as desired. Large, wide tiles make the home feel continuous leading to a wall sized door that opens directly onto the terrace and an outdoor bathtub, fully connecting the interior and exterior.