This is a unique place in contact with all the natural elements that surround it. It’s composed of two blocs that come together in an L shape: the main volume belongs to the house while the second one is a half-buried studio with a vegetable cover.
The refurbishing brings the space into the natural environment following the key principle to achieve an honest construction in which the materials used outside are an invitation to discover the materials used inside. Traditional construction systems were recovered through the use of autochthonous natural materials such as HEMP / BAMBOO / PLASTER OF PARIS / ALABASTER PLASTER / CERAMICS / CEDAR WOOD
The design of this apartment, located at the Baqueira-Beret winter station, presents the challenge of maintaining an 80s architecture essence, true to the decade when it was built. Classic pine wood wall linings invited reinvention: they are framed by ceilings and floors to enhance a feeling of containment in the space and create a warm atmosphere, very necessary in such regions as the Pyrenees. PINE WOOD
The design of this apartment in a farmhouse on the Biscay coast focused on the architectural reinvention of the space, with the idea of discovering all the coverings of the space in order to undress the original architectural elements and that these were the ones that gave shape to a single volume. RECOVERED WOOD / RECOVERED BRICKS