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GMO arquitectura has restored a small listed house — or ‘mas’ — in rural catalonia, spain, transforming it into a vacation home for short term lets. named ‘caseta de las brugueras’, the renovation stays true to the original architecture with just a few well-placed elements that hint at a contemporary intervention.
the property is located amid the rugged countryside of priorat, an area of volcanic origin. settling into the landscape, caseta de las brugueras is composed of two adjacent naves that were built at different times, and which are positioned at different levels due to the natural slope of the land.
GMO arquitectura‘s main challenge with this project was to rehabilitate the structure, respecting and giving value to what was already there. this involved reinforcing the existing slab through a compression layer with connectors in the existing wooden beams and raising the level of the roof with a perimeter ring beam.
the new raised roof utilizes the old wooden beams and more than half of the original roof tiles. as well as using reclaimed materials, the architects were able to improve the thermal comfort of the house by adding thicker insulation. GMO arquitectura also integrated photovoltaic panels to provide the house with electricity as it’s not connected to the main network.
name: caseta de les brugueres
location: el priorato, spain
architect: GMO arquitectura
lead architect: alex garcia gispert
design team: ignasi miró alsina, victor oteo sánchez
builder: francisco morales núñez
manufacturers: autodesk, velux
area: 113 sqm (1,216 sqft)
photography: DEL RIO BANI | @delriobani