AlòsThis renovation required, as in all other cases, a careful study of the building’s development to understand in detail the processes that had given the building the current features of a country house.


Adapting it to the needs of a modern dwelling meant improving the scarce light in the central areas, something which was resolved while ensuring that the identity of the original architectural spaces was not spoiled. And although during the renovation the rooms have had different uses, an attempt was made to maintain the spirit as well as to carefully preserve the patina.

The project went beyond the dwelling walls and encompassed the outside through the recovery of an orchard and fruit trees as there would have been initially.