Organized as a series of small chapels, House 1219 is largely influenced by the Spanish soil on which it sits. The house is designed as a single story structure, distributing its weight across the delicate terrain. Forming a grid, the interior is comprised of ten equal units running in a linear pattern. Each one houses a different function and due to their uniform size and a cohesive material palette of concrete and exposed brick, they can easily transition over time. Large openings connect the spaces to each other and open each room to the outdoors.
Photos: Adrià Goula / Harquitectes