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St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver

St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver

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  • Architects: Carles Oliver
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  105
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2016
  • Photographs
    Photographs :José Hevia
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Huguet, Naturllar, Nordica Extraflamme
St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Beam, Windows
© José Hevia

Text description provided by the architects. Refurbishment project built with € 18,000 budget that aims to bring empty homes back into use for people in housing need, which is a huge problem right now at tourist areas like Mallorca island. 

St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Sofa, Table, Beam, Windows
© José Hevia

€ 12,000 have been used for energy efficieny improvement (roof insulation and biomass stove) and € 6,000 for indoor rehabilitation. 

St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Beam
© José Hevia

The project has been made with an urban sharecropping contract, paying rent for 3 years through the work, part of which has been done by self-construction. 

St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Windows, Beam, Chair
© José Hevia

In order to be able to refurbish a 100 square meters dwelling with this amount, we worked along these lines:

St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Table, Lighting, Windows, Chair, Beam, Arch
© José Hevia
St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Image 13 of 13
Plan
St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Windows, Beam, Arch, Column
© José Hevia

1. NOT TO DO, as the best way to do.
2. DOMESTIC ARCHEOLOGY, to learn how economy of means has built our cities for centuries. 

3. BACK TO ARCH, as a way to open spaces without adding any kind of new material. To open a door is not the same than to build a door.

St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver - Image 2 of 13
© José Hevia

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Cite: "St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver" 25 Oct 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/882010/st-miquel-19-reforma-de-vivienda-carles-oliver> ISSN 0719-8884
© José Hevia

老建筑的“造”门手法! St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment / Carles Oliver

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