Located in the core part of Gironaâ€™s medieval quarter and overlooking the PlaÃ§a de Sant DomÃ¨nec, Spain,Â this is a property called Alemanys 5 within an original building dating back to the sixteenth century.
The house has been recently renovated by architect Anna Noguera and has and incredible design which integrates old and new, integrates traditional and contemporary elements: â€œThe new layout respects the logic of the structure to adapt it to the new functional requirements. On the ground floor, from the main door, the vestibule and small premises are accessed, on the first floor are a dwelling with an exit to courtyard and garden, and the second and third floors accommodate a duplex dwelling, with the night zone in the lower floor and the living room and kitchen in the upper floor to provide vistas and a roofed terrace. The project is organised around the two centrelines that structure the floor plan. The staircase has been shifted to place it next to the lift, in the interstitial space between the two directional lines of the centrelines. This space is configured as the hinge that generates the entire layoutâ€œ.- stated Anna Noguera, architect of Alemanys 5. We are looking forward to your impressions about this diverse and unique project.
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