Living surrounded by nature is a precious commodity and almost a human necessity. That is why, as in the case of this house in Vilac (Val d’Aran, Pyrenees), we focused on combining the new with the traditional and created a contemporary home that blends in with the village landscape.
The project consisted of devising two volumes, the garage and house, which are joined underground. The house is separated from the interior village square and generates a courtyard towards the lower area, facilitating cross ventilation and indirect lighting from the north. In the southern part, we created a small plot dedicated to cultivation to reinforce the idea of a house linked to the land. We chose materials that respected the same design concept: wood and stone, a play of textures that camouflaged the village and mountains.
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