“Alonso’s ruin” was a small construction from 1793, comprising two adjoining casitas with very tiny windows. From the footprint of the foundations and the remnants of the walls, our architect created a contemporary interpretation of these tumbledown farm buildings.

Our client, a memorabilia collector, was the inspiration for a lacquered kitchen in Ferrari red that contrasted with the concrete of its structure. The rest of the kitchen, in stainless steel, emphasises the colours and shapes of the equipment and utensils.

The main bedroom features a huge bath tub in polished cement and an integrated glazed shower, both offering breathtaking views over the garden.

A stone wall preserved from the original ruin becomes the backdrop for the chill out area, which was filled with cushions and completed with a bookshelf for storing records and films. A perfect hangout area to wind down, read or watch movies in an atmospheric and comfortable setting.

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