Located in the central part of the medieval quarter of Girona and overlooking Plaça de Sant Domènec in Spain, this house called Alemanys 5 is housed in an original XNUMXth century building. The property has been recently renovated by the architect Anna Noguera, And it's amazing
the design that integrates old and new, traditional and contemporary elements: “The new layout respects the logic of the structure to adapt it to the new functional requirements. On the ground floor, from the main door, you enter the vestibule and the small rooms, on the first floor there is a house with an exit to the internal courtyard, the second and third floors instead host a house on two levels, with the sleeping area downstairs and the living room and kitchen upstairs with a covered terrace to provide a view. The project is organized around the two axes that structure the ground floor. The ladder has been moved to place it next to the elevator, in the space between the two directional lines of the axes. “This space is configured as the hinge that generates the entire plant” said Anna Noguera, architect of Alemanys 5.