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Zuzanna Gasior
Jan 21, 2022

Arquitectura G has recently completed Verdi House, a minimalistic residence, hidden subtly behind an old facade, in Barcelona, Spain.

The leading concept is playfully constructed in a center of a house. The two main levels are offset and distanced, making room for a modern raw staircase.

The levels are formed by concrete slabs that cover the span between the party walls so the house is fully open. The slabs are broken in the middle of the house dividing it into two parts and creating interior balconies where all circulations happen. This central area is crowned by a skylight that brings natural light to the whole. 

The vegetation plays a fundamental role in the house as it runs through all areas, both interior and exterior, being present in all views.

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Zuzanna Gasior
Jan 21, 2022

Arquitectura G has recently completed Verdi House, a minimalistic residence, hidden subtly behind an old facade, in Barcelona, Spain.

The leading concept is playfully constructed in a center of a house. The two main levels are offset and distanced, making room for a modern raw staircase.

The levels are formed by concrete slabs that cover the span between the party walls so the house is fully open. The slabs are broken in the middle of the house dividing it into two parts and creating interior balconies where all circulations happen. This central area is crowned by a skylight that brings natural light to the whole. 

The vegetation plays a fundamental role in the house as it runs through all areas, both interior and exterior, being present in all views.

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