Case Study: Casa Infantas

Case Study: Casa Infantas

By Imogen Emmott

Jun 14, 2024

The Casa Infantas project saw the renovation of this 1900s Madrid apartment, combining contemporary sophistication with the warmth of natural materials. 

Founded by Nicole Goldstein in 2016, Studio Goldy specialises in transforming interior spaces into serene sanctuaries of contemporary elegance. Goldstein's designs reflect her dedication to interior design, with a discerning eye for detail and a passion for sophisticated environments.

Working predominantly in the high-end residential market in Madrid, Spain, Studio Goldy covers projects in the city's most coveted neighbourhoods, blending contemporary design with the city's timeless charm, emphasising mindfulness and well-being.

The renovation preserved original elements like the fireplace and hallway gallery while integrating new features to bring the apartment into the modern era. 

Goldstein focused on maximising natural light in the living room and dining room, using light-toned floors and creative ceiling cornices for ambient lighting and air conditioning. The apartment has three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a guest bathroom, maintaining a relaxed style with neutral colours and natural flooring. Bert & May features throughout: the first bathroom features Zellige tiles, while the second bathroom features Bert & May x Livingetc. Pearl tiles, adding a luxurious and unique texture to the space.

Thanks to Manera Magazine for the original article, and to Studio Goldy for the project. Thanks also to the photographer @belenimaz and the stylist @beatorello.

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