Barcelona-based architectural studio MESURA renovated summer house with all its essentials.
Located in beautiful Spanish rural village Sant Mori. The architects took a challenge to bring back the space’s vitality — generate a new facade and bring a new life to neglected swimming pool.
„The project starts from an already existing piece, 50x50 cm, with open joints, that helps to organize the project’s development, creating a very structured grid pattern where alignment lines and modular order are respected.
The noblest areas, such as the solarium and the living room, contrast with a solid wood pavement, which gives the necessary warmth to the place. A simple horizontal element, which generates shade and transforms dramatically the interior/exterior perception. It is not under the sunrays where architecture is experienced, but under the shade’s shelter. Consequently, walls or openings aren’t limits but a subtle and vibrant barrier created by its own projected shadows,” explained the architects.