This house, located in Querimònia Square, in the village of Les (Val d’Aran – Pyrenees), was an old borda (a local traditional building). Its renovation consisted of preserving the classic construction typology but giving it a contemporary geometry using a light framing system.
We kept the stone of the main façade, which follows the wall that grows attached to the house, and we used wood for the rest of the house, a warmer and cosier material.
The building is L-shaped with a central entrance; this intervention thus generates a courtyard and provides fluidity in the route between the interior rooms. On the lower floor, we located the garage and a semi-outdoor room connected to the garden; the kitchen, living room and bedrooms are on the upper floor.
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