Alemanys 5, a historic 16th-century house, has been reborn through the creative vision of architect Anna Noguera, who skillfully blends the old and the new to craft two extraordinary holiday apartments.
With a focus on preserving the original essence of the building, Noguera approached the restoration of Alemanys 5 with unwavering dedication. The result is a harmonious union of tradition and modernity, where elements such as space, light, and materials intertwine to create an immersive experience for guests.
One of the highlights of Alemanys 5 is "El Badiu" (The Veranda), a duplex spanning the upper two floors. With its masterful use of steel, concrete, and oak, this 180 m2 space embodies sleek sophistication. From the carefully designed kitchen-dining area to the spacious living room featuring a cozy fireplace, every detail has been meticulously considered. However, it is the south-facing veranda terrace that truly captivates, offering exclusive views over the old quarter and providing a picturesque backdrop for memorable moments.
For those seeking a more intimate setting, "El Jardí" (The Garden) beckons with its serene ambiance and thoughtful design. This 100 m2 apartment boasts two double bedrooms, a spacious bathroom, and a tastefully appointed living room with a kitchenette. Step outside and discover a private garden oasis, complete with a solarium and a mesmerizing swimming pool. Here, the fusion of natural elements creates a sense of tranquility, inviting guests to unwind and savor the beauty of their surroundings.
Throughout Alemanys 5, Noguera's commitment to honoring the original structure shines through. Exposed concrete forgings and wooden beams pay homage to the building's heritage, while carefully chosen materials, such as steel sheeting and polished concrete, add contemporary flair. The seamless integration of these elements evokes a sense of timelessness, where the past seamlessly merges with the present.