This old construction from the end of the 19th century, remodeled with regional materials, imposes a decorative proposal with handcrafted furniture brought from the island of Bali, thus creating an original and daring atmosphere.
Knowing the respect for tradition, the recovery of this old family home began. The idea was to maintain the original structure of the house of 446 m2 of construction, the central patio, the plot, as well as the facades and the “shell”, but due to previous reforms, the space was used to draw a visual and physical axis. that goes from the entrance and the lobby, crosses the central patio and culminates in the solar, a small garden designed with tropical vegetation by the landscape designer Ángela de Francisco.
Although the view from the dining room and the bar overlooks this almost jungle area, the most attractive point of the house is its central patio and not precisely because it has striking elements. In fact, the most suggestive of the patio is the minimalism of the decoration and the contrast with the interior architecture. It expresses the warmth of the environment given by the clarity of the earthen walls, the columns finished with lianas collected from the Suárez River and veneer stone from the floor brought from Bali.
This is a limpid setting, with three light-wood sofas upholstered in a black that seems to match the dark mirror of water that suggests an appropriate atmosphere to meditate or relax.