Meet fashion designer David Delfin. Meet architect and photographer Gorka Postigo. Rest your eyes on the stunning space these gentlemen share. Once a convent, this audacious Madrid residence was conceived and designed by Postigo. Tina Komninou lent this space a compelling description, “The minute you enter this house you appreciate that its owners are comfortable with who they are and express it with no inhibitions.”
This isn’t the type of place you want to scour in a ten page spread; this is a home to be experienced in three dimensions. I want to walk through this space and soak in the details, study the exposed white structure, ponder each art piece, and peruse through each book lounging on every horizontal surface. The simultaneous adjacency of retro furniture and fresh modern artwork is delicious. The effort put into this perfectly curated collection of artwork is as palpable as the bondage ropes dangling from the bedroom ceiling.
The amalgamation of rhythmic ingredients like antiquated oversized industrial light fixtures, natural wood, dramatic details, and provocative photography combine in price proportions for sincere cohesion. Natural light floods each room with innocence and sultry shadows of masculine silhouettes.
(This space was captured through brilliant photography by Manolo Yllera. This gorgeous dwelling of drama and edge was discovered lingering at the lovely Wabi Sabi. If you are bold enough to covet any of the artwork in this stunning apartment, click over to this post by Tina Komninou on Yatzer for more information.)