Location: Aiguablava, Begur, Costa Brava, Spain
Architects: MANO Arquitectura
Architect in Charge: Sebastian Machado, Victoria Esborraz
Photographer: Luis Carbonell
From an existing house it is considered that the most important to maintain are the views towards the Mediterranean and outer space. It is proposed to open the entire facade of the apartment in the public area – living, dining, kitchen – and protect it from the sun with an outer pergola that establishes the transition between outer space and interior space. This action allows a redistribution of the spaces privileging the interior views.
All images courtesy of MANO Arquitectura
MANO Arquitectura is a specialized studio in the development of architectural and interior design projects of different uses and scales. Founded in Barcelona by Sebastián Machado in 2004, the studio has a solid team of professionals and external collaborators that allows you to tackle all stages of the project, from concept design to production and final construction.