Located in Barcelona and equipped with gray-veined marbles, exposed concrete and uncovered installation pipes, this house creates visual refractions in the general layout through the idea of using angular walls which is produced by Sánchez. Formerly used by an office, the fractions at the walls of the 110 sqm of space, aim to create blind spots throughout the wide space which embodies an open plan scheme. The house contains two bedrooms, open plan living spaces and a bathroom. Along with a fraction of 45 degrees at the wall, the sense of privacy has been increased in recreational spaces and the dining room. Through the contrast created by the accentuation of concrete and uncovered installation pipes, the marble pavings give the impression of incompleteness.