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Located in Spain’s northwestern Asturias principality, the original farmhouse and stable had sat untouched for over five decades and suffered significant deterioration. PYO Arquitectos reconstructed the facade with white insulating concrete and locally sourced stone. The doors and windows are deeply recessed and installed with wooden shutters to reference the style of stable doors and frame beautiful views of the valley below.

PYO Arquitectos, Casa Tmolo, Casa Tmolo by PYO Arquitectos, renovation, farmhouse turned home, farmhouse renovation, stable renovation, Asturias architecture, locally sourced stone, stable doors,

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The facade’s use of concrete and stonework is continued inside the building, where the interior comprises mostly white-painted surfaces, large windows, naturally finished timber forms, and exposed stone walls. Due to the site’s uneven slope, the architects staggered the interior levels and organized them around a triple-height living room and four “muses,” the faceted plywood elements that symbolize the clients’ daughters and conceal a chimneybreast, cupboard, toilet, and storage. The three bedrooms are located on the upper floor and are accessible via a white-painted metal staircase.

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