Built by Vora arquitectura in Barcelona, Spain with date Images by Adrià Goula. The apartment consisted of a set of spaces where different times, superimposed, could be appretiated.
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Recycling of a past structure: transformation and addition Before Vora Arquitecturas intervention, this apartment was defined by an overlapping of different stages.
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Vora Arquitectura | Apartamento Juan | Barcelona | 2011
“It was beautiful to see the passage of time in the apartment,” he says, referencing the original tiled floors, which he patched up with newer tiles to create a subtle chromatic shift across the floor. Courtesy of: Adrian Elizalde