Living by the Market by Egue y Seta

Category: Houses Published on 25 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , ,
Living by the Market by Egue y Seta

Spain-based architects Egue y Seta (Daniel Pérez & Felipe Araujo) have realized a stylish and contemporary interior of an apartment in Santa Caterina, Spain. Throughout history the configuration of the dwelling unit has undergone changes logical evolution of production and social habits of its inhabitants have required. However, this evolution stylistic level, far from being linear, has been punctuated by flashes of great stress or deep nostalgia innovative revisionist. That is why today, once left behind the raging trend futuristic hyper-technological aesthetic and austere silence minimalist turn of the century, to achieve a truly contemporary, has to resort to force to a combination of vernacular elements and traditional, deeply related to the original building, combined with the newest forms of living and inhabiting the space.

In the home of Santa Caterina is reflected unequivocally contemporary trend is blurring, among others, the border between the public and private spheres of the house. Such is the case of that hide getting opaque border areas and private service, hopelessly separated from the social rooms. Thus, this re-interpretation of the typical floor Example, rather than articulated through a broker, elects instead to turn around a large kitchen, which built on the traditional cement floor tiles, is offered as an area with deep social and entertainment vocation beyond its simple functionality and service unit.

Around the large kitchen and dining room are arranged, in the direction of clockwise and without proposing just transition spaces, a toilet attendant courtesy, an outside room with bathroom and balcony, a living room with possibility of being transformed into guest room, the master bedroom with its respective bathroom, and access to the inner courtyard of the farm whose walls covered in ivy achieve visually link it with other internal gardens recreated in the building.

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images © Víctor Hugo + Mauricio Fuertes

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