I completely love the juxtaposition between these old and new structures. Designed by Ramon Bosh and Bet Capdeferro, a Spain based firm, they took an area that was once used to feed cattle and have breathed new life into a aging home. Their intentions were to restore the North-South guideline of the house. The forced geometry of the dark porch is a killer juxtaposition to the massive irregularity of the original structure. Don’t worry I am not going to a round image format, that is what is on their site. It is sort of a nice change up though.

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

bosch capdeferro plastolux architecture modern house

http://www.boschcapdeferro.net