CL House / ADI Arquitectura

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Architects: ADI Arquitectura
Location: , Castellón, Spain
Project Architects: Carlos Escura, Carlos Martín
Technical Architect: Benjamín Caballer
Project Area: 127 sqm
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of ADI Arquitectura

Courtesy of ADI Arquitectura

From the architect. The project consists of rehabilitating a dilapidated house for an occasional home in a Maestrazgo village. Given its location in a corner, very visible from three streets, we intended to respect the materials, proportions and the arrangement of openings of traditional architecture.

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The balcony, which runs between two floors and two facade planes, draws on these intentions, following along with a modern language and addressing the purpose of facilitating views between neighboring roofs. Inside, the staircase, always present, is the element that brings the plans together, so it was laid out very openly, combining steps and rail with the same structural resource.

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Cite: "CL House / ADI Arquitectura" 04 Dec 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 25 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=454181>
  • Stan Majcherkiewicz, M.Arch.

    Just simply: brilliant! Way to go. Great job guys.

  • Yijun Wu

    If there is a greater contrast between traditional and modern, I think it will be better. Hmm, it is also something I want to explore.

  • Marianna Athanasiadou

    Fantastic!

  • bamboo

    Everything is ok but the light.