House in L’Empordà by Francesc Rifé Studio
Architects: Francesc Rifé Studio
Location: Empordà, Catalonia, Spain
Photo courtesy: Fernando Alda Fotografía
This venture consolidates our interest of 50’s and 60’s furniture by Jean Prouvé and Charlotte Perriand with the run of the mill provincial design of the Empordà (in Catalonia).
Making a nation house, a provincial castle of the mid twentieth century, the task fills in as a home-display with open spaces that permit show centerpieces and traditional furniture from the private accumulation of the proprietor to be showcased.
Utilizing materials and feel that balance and agreeably exist together with customary engineering, we have made a few openings by method for windows, intended to build up more noteworthy dialog between the outside and in – this is the way to understanding this venture.
A wavy overhang shields the open air patio of the house, giving shade and an association in the middle of old and new development, whilst in the meantime serving as a space for visitors. This pergola offers access to both structures and components an extensive table for in the open air eating on summer days.
Concentrating on dispensing with pointless components, the ground surface has been made utilizing white microcemento aside from the attached building where the Studio flooring utilizes wood binding together with the stucco of the dividers.
A monochromatic white shading plan has been utilized all through the inside. White serves to accentuate the great bits of furniture and workmanship, with the house likewise utilized as an exhibition. In the vast principle lobby, gems chose particularly by the proprietor are shown for survey.
The study consolidates materials including iron and blued steel, standing out from the more natural components of lodging, for example, the old stone and whitewashed dividers. This wonderful influence has been incorporated into the openings of the outside, kitchen furniture, new changing area, room and primary restroom.
On the ground floor of the fundamental working there is a family room display, kitchen and a few rest regions. Upstairs there are two visitor rooms that can be gotten to through a merchant with a confronting that serves as a changing area/cloakroom.
As a different structure on this floor there is the fundamental room, came to through a Calacatta marble restroom. Flanked by storage room entryways made of characteristic wood, there is a little working studio that can be gotten to from here.
A few stages lead to the primary room with sheet iron headboard highlighted to make a practically devout room with unique rural ground surface kept set up. The room has entry to a substantial porch.
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