In this project we reformed an old apartment with a complicated distribution but with wonderful views. The house was completely closed to the landscape and our objective was to open it to the outside so that its owners could feel that the Mediterranean and the Montgó were slipping through their windows.
Being a refurbishment, the starting point was already given to us. However, we turned the original layout upside down to create two differentiated areas—the daytime and the nighttime—which, although separate, remain connected on a visual level. We achieve this unison between spaces by separating them with glass doors that help differentiate each area but without interrupting the spatial continuity.
The presence of the sea and a mountain in front of the house conditioned our approach to the refurbishment. We sought to recreate an environment that was in harmony with the exterior and that, in essence, blended with the landscape to enhance the feeling of spaciousness in the home.
We use natural materials and very neutral colors so that all the attention is fixed on the landscape and the contrast between exterior and interior is imperceptible.
A house that was completely closed to the landscape. Our objective was to open it to the outside so that its owners felt that the Mediterranean and the Montgó slipped inside through their windows.