The Shelving In This Apartment Creates A Prominent Display Of Collectibles And Curios

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Architectural practice mecanismo, has remodeled an apartment in San Sebastian, Spain, that’s designed around a custom-designed wood wall that splits the public and private areas of the home, and includes built-in shelving.

One of the key details of the wood wall is the inclusion of five shelving niches that are partially embedded into the wall.

The metal niches, which are finished in a deep green, have a rounded shape, creating a softer element for the wood wall.

The wood wall also hides a doorway that connects to the private areas of the home, while the kitchen can be closed off from the living room with a sliding white wall.

The wood wall continues through to the kitchen, where it’s been paired with minimalist white cabinets.

On the private side of the wall, there are built-in closets in addition to more dark green shelving.

The Shelving In This Apartment Creates A Prominent Display Of Collectibles And Curios