The project was executed taking as the base a pre-existing old farm with a quite unusual and atypical shape due to the topography of the ground. It had the shape of a fan, with high ceilings and strange proportions.
For the interior décor we used natural materials to complement the elements of the original house. The hydraulic flooring of large size tiles lends a modern vibe that counteracts with the old style of the house. The sandblasted juniper ceiling and pillar of the main room and total opening of the sliding doors allow a complete inside-outside experience. In one of the secondary rooms, the sand colour counter is integrated in the original bread oven.
The reception space of the house was a decorative challenge, it was oddly big and seemed not to have a definite function. The result is a wide entrance hall with high ceilings from which hangs a large cast iron fireplace. This together with a golden rock & roll cabinet give the room warmth as well as break with the more traditional atmosphere of the rest of the house.
Despite its neutrality, we only used whites for the kitchen, the central island becomes both visually and functionally the central element around which life takes place. The back kitchen, with sink and a working counter, can be easily hidden behind sliding doors to turn the dining and living room area into a reception area.