• The Laundry Room as an Unnecessary Luxury (or Where to Place the Washer in the Modern Home?)

    27 days ago - By Arch Daily

    Mixtape Apartment / AZAB. Image © Luis Diaz Diaz
    In residential architecture, there have always been central, indispensable spaces and peripheral spaces more easy to ignore. When designing a home, the task of the architect is essentially to configure, connect, and integrate different functions in the most efficient way possible, necessarily prioritizing some spaces over others. And although today many are designing in ways that are increasingly fluid and indeterminate , we could say that the bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen are the fundamental nucleus of every house, facilitating rest, food...
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