The capital of Catalonia is famous for Antoni Gaudi’s buildings – Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila and Casa Batlo. It is also home to the sublime Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe and buildings by Miralles, Herzog & de Meuron, Gehry, Ito, Foster and Rogers.
The architects conserved and repaired the beautiful structure that supports that roof. Beneath they dug into the site to introduce new services that complement sales activity: logistics, parking, installations.
This beautiful residence is ideal for those who want absolute privacy in a quiet neighborhood. Situated in the middle of a lush green site, the villa boasts stunning tree-lined areas and breathtaking panoramic views.
With some 250 exhibits, including drawings and architectural models, art installations, audiovisuals, books and other materials, the exhibition explores the power of spaces as the driving force of desire and shows how architecture has been a tool that controls behaviour and creates gender stereotypes in our patriarchal society.
The interior of the concrete house, L-shaped metal profiles secure wooden panels following the topography and the openings of the existing surfaces, organizing the space and conveying a warm atmosphere to the living spaces.