Hidalgo Hartmann Arquitectura projected a third building for a country house located on the end of a valley, laid aside a slope, in La Garrotxa, Spain.
The new annex is separated from the main building, creating a cut in the ground that becomes the distribution hall to the three different buildings, uniting the spaces at ground level and providing daylight through the soft ramp on the other side of the entry.
The three volumes remain separated on the first floor, suggesting the image of the typical dispersed country houses, common in this region.
The new annex is shaped like an abstract volume enclosed with steel sheets of different dimensions. Considered as a very private space with three main openings that reveal the surroundings, the annex only contains one bedroom, a bathroom and a dressing room.
Via Arch Daily