Designed in 1907 by the architect Fernando Pérez de los Cobos and fully restored in 2019, Ayala 63 is one of the few jewels of art nouveau in the Salamanca district, clearly influenced by the heyday of the modernist style in Madrid’s architecture.
The façade, with discreet plant decoration and gently rounded shapes, has been completely restored, as well as the rest of the protected elements of the building, the staircase, and the locks of the singular viewpoints.
The interior design of Ayala 63 revolves around updating classic elements that motivate well-being in a cosmopolitan and contemporary style. The comfort of the walls covered discreetly in wood, the comfort of using each space for its purpose, the elegance of the moldings and the quality of the materials make up 17 unique homes, each with finishes designed in detail.
Ceiling height, natural light and versatility are the basis for configuring the vital core of each of the homes. In the rehabilitation, the living room has been updated with a classic and comfortable spirit to accommodate today’s lifestyle.
The materials and design of the kitchen furniture elegantly and functionally integrate this unique kitchen for day-to-day use, with special attention to detail to maintain the aesthetics and comfort of the central space of the house at all times. .
The marble and treated natural stone set achieves an elegant, fresh and spacious effect in the bathrooms, equipped with walnut wood cabinets and the highest quality taps and toilets.
Warmth and comfort are perceived in the nobility of the materials used
and classic details in all bedrooms. All of them double and with large wardrobes and trunks.
The elegant common areas designed in Ayala 63 aim to facilitate well-being in an extension of the home itself. The gym, with a pool and spa, machinery and elements necessary for exercising, space for training and stretching, has been defined in detail to be cozy in winter thanks to the fireplace and cool in summer, with access to the garden patio.