The starting point for this rehabilitation plan was the recovery of the prevailing structure and its gap. This was done with a view to achieve our main goal for the project – harmonizing the building with the existing rural core.
From a technical point of view, the second great challenge was to integrate a volumetry which would allow a union between the two existing pieces. By simplifying the geometry of the roofs, the access to the original building is showcased and highlighted in all its glory.
The third challenge arose due to the original scarcity of gaps and ventilation. Our desire was to make the original ground floor area healthy and habitable, without carrying out structurally drastic operations.
The final result is a family home adapted to the original structure, designed with the utmost respect for the environment where is located.