REHABILITATION IN A COLONIAL BUILDING IN SITGES
Surface: 165,3 m²
This projects, recovered form a unfinished project for another client, covers the intervention and rehabilitation of a neglected property in a 150 years old building, preserving it and giving it a new use as office and residence for a young professional. The intervention in the local, visibly reformed through the years, was made removing layers of materials that were put over the original structure to leave only the original raw materials.
The local was divided in two different parts: the office part is situated in the public area, in the first corridor, acting as a barrier of privacity for the residencial part, that opens to the interior courtyard. The residencial area is complemented with a kitchen that opens to the dining room; a bedroom separated of the rest of the house with a massive furniture that contains the wardrobe and the kitchen appliances; a high-end bathroom and a living room.
The living room is closed with a big panel windows that opens to the courtyard, making a soft border between interior and exteriors. The pavement combines ceramic tiles and gravel to delimitate the spaces.