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Any change in the use of a space requires a series of actions that adapt such place to the new needs that are presented beyond the implicit ones that entails the updating of it. On this occasion, the task of transformation was as motivating as it was exceptional: transforming an abandoned Renaissance church into a home. Throughout the process, three concepts constituted the road map for us: the history, the client and the project understood as a prologue. The historyThe intervention was carried out on a small church (not much bigger than a hermitage) built during the second half of the 16th century and which underwent an important remodeling in neoclassical terms at the end of the 18th century, increasing its height and adding, among other things, a belfry and a water trough. At the start of the project, the building was without cover, collapsed in its own interior, and in a worrying state of structural instability. View more View full description
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