Original masia (country house) from the early seventeenth century, a common typology of Catalan agricultural buildings. It consists of 580 m2 divided into: main floor, first floor and small shadows attached to the main structure, which in the past were used as animal shadows. This is an original
Construction that has not been modified or restored, today is in a state of abandonment.
The Masia is located in Santa Cristina d'Aro (Girona) within the Golf Club d'Aro, surrounded by a privileged environment in the middle of the Costa Brava overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and the protected natural area of Mas de les Gavarres. The golf club was built in 1990
And in 1992 it was known as "the best golf route in Europe" by the European Society of Golf Course Architects, it has an area of 62 ha and two artificial lakes.
Plot located in a rural area declared undeveloped land that can be used as first, second residence and rural tourism, under the different urban and environmental plans. The building as a whole suggests preserving the architectural typology, the rural setting and the landscape of the area. It allows comprehensive rehabilitation and reconstruction work, respecting the volume of the building, the volumetric composition and the original facades, with the possibility of expanding 20% of the existing volume.
Detached house with sea views nestled in the beautiful landscape of La Costa Brava. The area belongs to the town hall of Santa Cristina d'Aro, Baix Emporda district (Girona); The building reinterpretes in a contemporary language the traditional Catalan Farmhouse. The project seeks the contrast between the traditional and the modern through a delicate study of light that accentuates the textures of the materials: stone, iron, concrete and wood. These are represented as a duality of textures and contrasts, rustic and modern constructions, warm and cold materials. An approach that integrates the environment and the idyllic views of this bucolic Mediterranean setting.
On a plot of 12,864 m2, the house must gather a large family during the holidays and rest days throughout the year. The building comprises a spacious common area on the main floor and two private areas: one at the back of the main floor and the other completely occupies the first floor. Equipped with all the comforts of a townhouse, La Masia has been designed with a combination of modern and traditional materials. A project that seeks to reconcile the rural and the urban, the sea and the mountains, shared life and family autonomy.
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