first_img Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/424623/rehabilitation-of-rubalcaba-housing-carlos-de-riano-lozano Clipboard 2012 Spain “COPY” CopyHouses, Renovation•Rubalcaba, Spain “COPY” Rehabilitation of Rubalcaba Housing / Carlos de Riaño LozanoSave this projectSaveRehabilitation of Rubalcaba Housing / Carlos de Riaño Lozano Collaborators:Diego Henández, Jesus Rodriguez, Juana JuradoDirector:Carlos de Riaño Lozano, Patricia Hernández TejadaEjecution:Manuel Díaz PardoBuilder:DOPRICAN, S.L.Structures:Luis CuevasEngineer:Aguilera IngenierosInstalations:Instalaciones BarrojoLocksmith:Talleres JaramaGlasses:Vidrios COBOLighting:IlumartePainting:Gomez y GomezCanteria:Piedras del PasAuthor:Carlos de Riaño LozanoCity:RubalcabaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Miguel de GuzmánRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApavisaSlabs – Marmi 3Porcelain StonewareApariciPorcelain Tiles – BrickworkPorcelain StonewareGrespaniaPorcelain Tiles – 20MMText description provided by the architects. This plot is located in the Rubalcaba district of Liérganes and faces what was once the ancient “Camino Real” that ran parallel to what is now San Roque de Riomiera road. Save this picture!Original ConstructionOne of the façades overlooks an open space which, by all appearances, was probably a square before the aforementioned road detached and sunk the magnificent chapel of Santa María La Blanca. It is a typically mountainous rural setting, quite distorted by the misguided intervention in the nearby buildings. Within a short distance of the town was this casona or large house, which belonged to the Rubalcabas in ancient times, and which is in the same district as the famous cross, chapel, mill and bridge over the River Miera. According to historical records and the foundations of at least two casonas that have been discovered, the district appears to have been more densely populated between the 17th and 19th centuries. Save this picture!© Miguel de GuzmánSeveral solutions were considered for this client, from the construction of a new one- or two-storey house on the slope of the hill to the restoration of the dilapidated building. Approximately 120 years old, the house is of no artistic value, but it has the dignity of the anonymous and popular architecture that is so sought after today. It is also etched in the memories of many generations and its demolition, therefore, would have altered the landscape even more. It was for this reason that it was eventually decided to maintain and restore it.Save this picture!© Miguel de GuzmánHowever, the design we had in mind could not be accommodated in the interior. It worked perfectly well as a main building, but two pavilions had to be added to cater to the client’s needs. Therefore, a pavilion was built on either side of the main building: one, with a square plan and two floors, to house the garage and a library, and another, with a rectangular plan and two storeys, to accommodate the utilities, a wine cellar and the guestrooms. The slope of the terrain half buries these volumes which are arranged like natural platforms and open directly onto the back garden – via the guest pavilion in the first case – and via the sun terrace/bridge in the case of the main building. Save this picture!© Miguel de GuzmánThe idea of extending the volume of the main building was dismissed in favour of adding two extensions with separate uses and compositions but connected by bridges so as to have less of an impact on the rural surroundings. The result is a small complex in keeping with traditional mountain architecture. The house is accessed from the street via a walled yard around the old building and the garage/library pavilion. A covered space between the two affords the visitor a magnificent view of the “Peña Pelada” mountain before entering the house.Save this picture!First Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessRecycle step by step / Dom Arquitectura + Asa StudioSelected ProjectsHeadquarters Siegle + Epple / Spacial SolutionsSelected Projects Share 2012 Architects: Carlos de Riaño Lozano Area Area of this architecture projectcenter_img Area:  700 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/424623/rehabilitation-of-rubalcaba-housing-carlos-de-riano-lozano Clipboard Year:  ArchDaily Rehabilitation of Rubalcaba Housing / Carlos de Riaño Lozano Houses CopyAbout this officeCarlos de Riaño LozanoOfficeFollowProductsStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationRubalcabaSpainPublished on September 06, 2013Cite: “Rehabilitation of Rubalcaba Housing / Carlos de Riaño Lozano” [Rehabilitación de Vivienda Rubalcaba / Carlos de Riaño Lozano] 06 Sep 2013. 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