Imaginative partitions to create transformable spaces.
Professional nomadism is a concept that is becoming stronger and stronger in today’s contemporary society. The French owner of this penthouse splits his time between France and Mallorca, using this apartment as an operating base during his long business stays on the island. When summer arrives, it becomes a family residence and the home’s spatial needschange completely. Meeting the needs of a single person while also meeting those of four different people, all with one spatial plan, is a true challenge. Thus, architects Aina Bigorra González and Joan Pizà Rocahave created liquid, transformable interior architecture,designed to be versatile and adaptable to its dwellers’ requirements. They decided on sliding wood shelvesas the backbone of the entire project. These not only provide storage for over 1,900 books, one of the owner’s passions, but also serve as mobile partitions,allowing the space to be reorganized as the users wish.
"The LITE system allowed us to integrate the track into the drop ceiling, thus achieving an architectural image that was up to the standards of the project, while also offering a practical use with soft closing" says Aina Bigorra
KLEIN’s LITE+ sliding systemgives them their mobility. The system’s recessedversion, without any floor tracks, is key to taking advantage of every last square foot and equipping the space with multifunctionality.With a simple movement, LITE+allows this project to go from a single bedroom with a large living room, to three different private rooms, separated by sliding mobile partitions. One movement changes everything.