Ávila is a job that reinterprets what was initially an open-system warehouse situated in the Poble Nou neighborhood of Barcelona to flip it into a 120 m2 multi-useful and habitable room. The proposal aims to carry out this transformation making use of what we simply call “the minimal implies to inhabit a place”, namely, storage, humid spaces, and circulations, looking at the full totally free volume and not just it is surface area.
From the arrangement of unique development pieces that articulate the distinctive environments, and with the least essential partitions, we get the job done and task the void as the main factor of the proposal. Furthermore, the distributor on the upper flooring is proposed as a diagonal, square-shaped void that, despite the simplicity of the whole, lets cross visuals among all the rooms, together with the one on the rear façade from the staircase.
With the use of continual components and light-weight colours, the aim is to attain a brilliant, neutral, and warm spot at the same time, generating use of the home furnishings and integrating it from the starting of the project. The proposal values the area thanks to its simplicity, the unique textures of the components, and the light-weight, leaving apart any extra or ornament and concentrating on fulfilling the demands of its inhabitants.
Architects: Allaround Lab Year : 2022 Pictures :José Hevia Companies : AutoDesk, JUNG, Dekton, Mobles 114, Cubro Lead Architect : Noelia de la Crimson, Jordi Ribas