*바르셀로나 엘로우 하우스 MACH references high-tech architecture at yellow house in Barcelona

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MACH references high-tech architecture at yellow house in Barcelona
바르셀로나 엘로우 하우스 
A facade of bright yellow steelwork and an industrial-style interior informed by the high-tech architecture movement define this house in Barcelona, designed by local architecture studio MACH.

Located on a backstreet close to Parc Güell by Antoni Gaudi, the dwelling called Casa Collumpio combines living areas with space for MACH's own office.

Casa Collumpio is conceived as a stack of three flexible, open floors around a central core, which are enclosed as simply as possible to allow them to "evolve" over time to suit its inhabitants.

"The house was designed from the very beginning so that every floor was completely opened," MACH told Dezeen.

"Of course, the idea is for the living and kitchen floor to stay the same, but the semi-underground level and the first floor were originally planned to contain two bedrooms, each with light walls that could be removable or changed in the future," the studio continued.

Casa Collumpio sits on a heavy concrete plinth containing the slightly sunken ground floor, with its two upper floors built from a lightweight steel frame that is infilled with blockwork and plastered walls.

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바르셀로나 로컬 건축가 MACH가 설계한 엘로우 하우스는 밝은 노란색 철골 외관과 하이테크 건축을 지향하는 인더스트리얼 인테리어로 구성됩니다. 향후 거주자의 삶에 유연하게 대응할 수 있도록 3개층은 중앙에 코어를 설치, 오픈플로어로 설계되었습니다.

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