Today we present a project in 2006, located in Madrid, in the Salamanca district. The decision to publish this entry is due to the interest of one of our regular readers of the blog, Gustavo, who wanted more information about that. The reform was done externally and internally with a modern design.
The property consists of the main building and the courtyard with other architectural elements. The facades and the stairwell of the main building are protected, so the works allowed were conservation, consolidation, restoration, partial restructuring without removing the other elements, with a partial restructuring that can be a maximum of 50% of the building.
The building has 6 levels (basement, ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor, 3rd floor, attic and cover)
The rehabilitation works are therefore a precise restructuring, where the pillars remain but where there is a new distribution and improved conditions of habitability.
Regarding the external works its configuration is changed, without affecting the volume. In the refurbishment, the houses are redistributed improving habitability conditions but without changing the morphological characteristics of the building.