TMOLO House by PYO arquitectos
Prior to its transformation, the farmhouse was untouched for more than five decades and required a complete remodel to be adjusted for contemporary needs. There were two development locales: the primary house and a stable. The primary house was in an awful condition, congested with vegetation, and various repairs must be made to make it bearable. The stone and timber structure of the stable was altogether decayed and the greater part of the dividers must be supplanted.
The position and materiality of the structural planning was kept up albeit given the ranch’s disintegrating state, the new exterior of the primary house was reproduced with white concrete and nearby stone.
In the principle house, a protecting coating structures the new load-bearing structure, strengthening the old stone dividers and giving warm protection. The parts of the façade once in the past of stone and block weatherboarding were supplanted by a solid mass of protecting cement with formwork which recreates the previous composition of the timber. Windows sit inside of profound breaks and can be screened behind vast wooden shades that reference the style of stable entryways.
Situated on a precarious south-bound mountain slant neglecting the valley, the fundamental house sticks to a site with a 2 meter contrast in level between the north and the south veneer. In congruity with the incline of the landscape, the amazed course of action of the ground floor levels gives an arrangement of associated spaces maintaining a strategic distance from ordinary inside allotments. In the inside, supporting dividers were supplanted by light metal columns, opening up a substantial triple-tallness family room along the whole length of the building, which permits sunshine to enter. A liberal metal staircase offers access to the distinctive rooms of the house.
A blend of white concrete and iron shafts exist together with well-worn stone, climate beaten wood and nearby stone. The inside space is composed around four jewel molded components which run vertically through the house: the four dreams, fundamental characters in this family occasion home that allude to the customer’s four girls. On the first floor, two rooms are associated through a twofold tallness space with perspectives over the valley, prompting the fundamental room corner patio.
In the stable, the silos on the upper floor were changed over into rooms liberating the space on the ground floor for an expansive focal parlor that serves diverse purposes.
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