We believe that, whether designing for a hotel or for your own home, an accessible bedroom must offer a high level of comfort and security and also look impressive.

Our collaboration with the hotel industry has won us awards such as the Celia Thomas Personalized Visit Award.


The bathroom is often the room that poses the greatest obstacles to mobility and autonomy in the living space. Often the dimensions of this room are limited and can make it difficult to move around and maneuver.

There is no such thing as a bathroom accessible to everyone, but the needs of each person must always be taken into account to create a usable environment without neglecting the aesthetic factor.


Create good lighting, use contrasting colors that increase sensory perception.

Integrate aids: tactile maps and technological systems to make the rooms easier to live in.

Make the reception area clearly visible and with a facilitated area for people with disabilities: elderly, deaf, deaf-mute, people of small stature….


Our goal is to improve the accessibility of buildings and urban spaces to increase the quality of life of the people who inhabit them, their families and visitors, promoting greater autonomy and independence.

The personalization of living spaces responds unequivocally to the needs of those who occupy them. Therefore, we carefully analyze their use and lifestyle to guarantee an optimal solution, as well as a unique architectural proposal.

Knowing how each person relates to their environment is necessary to address the functional and personalized adaptation of their home. Adapting your home means improving the quality of life.


Adaptability refers to the possibility of modifying the built space over time with limited costs, to make it fully and easily usable even by people with reduced or impaired motor or sensory capacity.

Our method of designing private offices and services is applicable to the design and retrofitting phases of any building.

The design must meet the needs of any user.

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