is a minimalist space located in Barcelona, Spain, designed by . La Ramona was presented with an office configuration in an extremely delicate and urbanistically cataloged building. In order to recover the nature of the estate, partitions were demolished and the structural elements were stripped off. The new divisions that solve the program are disengaged in two sections at 2.20 m in height to set a continuous domestic height throughout the perimeter of the home. In the existing elements, this dimension translates into an inverted plaster base. The project is materialized from the overlap of two plans: the horizontal ones provide warmth-through the ceramic base to the ceiling and the wooden floorboard – and the vertical surfaces offer neutrality through the white finishes, only interrupted by the doors.