Single-family house refurbishing project, a traditional two-story house with a narrow structure and a sloping roof. The architectural proposal focuses on the redistribution of interior spaces. The facades were kept in their original state and the exterior walls were restored, a key design feature of the project.
The night area is located on the first floor, divided into three rooms, while the day area is organized on the ground floor, containing the kitchen, living room and dining room, the latter located in an extension with a large opening towards the backyard.
On the ground floor, an open-plan area organizes the whole floor through different levels, articulated by custom-made furniture pieces. In addition, this area freely opens itself into the backyard, and the roof plays an essential role in the organization and definition of spaces.
On the upper floor, the space under the ceiling has been recovered with a wooden structured mezzanine, under which a new bathroom is located for the bedroom area. The mezzanine, shaped by a timber frame of solid pine wood beams of non-uniform dimensions, is the most striking feature of the entire project. This central piece is conceived as a visible structure, where the construction elements provide ceilings, walls and railings with a unique finishing touch.