Located in a historic building in the prestigious district of Salamanca in Madrid, this apartment renovation promises to be one of the most authentic in the capital. It pretends to have an air between a Belgian and French aesthetic, holding important art and author pieces. However, the show is stolen by the whimsical Milanese stained glass window that seems to be taken from a cathedral to divide the kitchen from the living room. Its 200m2 are distributed in two spacious rooms with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets, a spacious 3-meter-high living room that overlooks the exterior façade with tall classic molded windows, a kitchen with a storage room and wine cellar, and an entrance hall next to a bar. According to some, it has a heavenly aesthetic with a certain church nostalgia, sober but elegant and capable of recreating an oasis of classical peace in the busy city.