A residential building in Madrid, Spain, designed by designer Sofia Oliva. Feng Shui said: The combination of nature and man was applied to the creation of the space to create a more harmonious design that brings maximum happiness to the people living in the space. The design pursues comfortable minimalism, combines modern and classic, and follows the design principle of sustainable development and health. The project is dominated by white tones in order to maximize brightness. "Less is more" is the philosophy of the design, in which natural and sustainable materials are the most important, wood, natural fabrics, stone and gypsum are the main components. When choosing all the materials that make up the space, priority is given to those who are committed to protecting the environment.Blank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía OlivaBlank Canvas Apartment Designed by Sofía Oliva

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