Home of jewelry designer Andrés Gallardo and her husband

In the studio (which preserves the original floor of hydraulic tiles) they treasure numerous books on fashion, jewelry, photography and art. The botanical mural was bought at a market in Berlin, and the leather and porcelain backpack is a creation of Andrés Gallardo.

On the wall, mural of zoology bought in a market in Berlin On the bed, petit point cushion and old Mexican quilt. AJ Louis Poulsen table lamp and Vitra paper balloon lamp.

Part of her extensive collection of porcelain animals is grouped on a huge Nordic sideboard facing the bed.

Some of the walls of the house have been stripped to show its raw beauty.

The wooden skeleton of an old hall furniture is filled with vegetable greenery and small details. Walking the wall, a cable is used to place hanging plants.

An ivy adorns the outside of the dining room window. Around the table, El Rastro chairs upholstered by themselves and a sofa covered with a mix of cushions.

A furniture file cabinet for the 40s serves to store the dishes in the dining room. On the floor, a mosaic of jarapas and jute carpets.

On the sink, cup with a face of Sargadelos and floral arrangement in a small vintage glass jug.

A secretarial furniture from the 50's serves to house all bathroom products and objects.

The original marble and brass fireplace in the house dominates this side of the room, and an art deco mirror has been placed on it. On the wall, collection of framed butterflies and drawing to embroider from the s. XIX.

In the living room, Nordic coffee table and furniture, vintage Habitat pouf, Alexander Calder mobile and Ikea carpet. On the wall, a fabric from the 60s designed by Stig Lindberg mounted on a frame.