This intervention consisted of providing more space and functionality to this typical fishermen’s two-story house, a mere 20 metres from the sea. It was decided to relocate the kitchen, which is made of natural wood with white dyes, maintaining the visible stone walls. In the rear section of the home, where the well was located, it was decided to respect the visible hole, covering it with glass and lighting it. Furthermore, we decided to show the rock wall adjacent to the rear façade.
In the bathrooms, we opted for hydraulic tiles in order to maintain the traditional spirit of this type of house. To reinforce the scarce interior lighting, we placed LED panels similar to a skylight.
The main bedroom suite is totally new. The white of the lacquers predominates over the headboard and the wardrobes, the doors of which were finished with an overlay of textile and metallic mesh. Hydraulic floors and indirect lighting provide the ideal touch of warmth for rest.