Isla Architects日前在Banyalbufar完成了旧式连排别墅的改造。Banyalbufar是马略卡岛上的沿海村庄，坐落在Serra de Tramuntana山区内。该项目涉及了建筑主体结构、屋顶以及立面的修复，以及室内空间的重置。
Intro Isla Architects has completed the renovation of an old Mallorcan townhouse in Banyalbufar – a coastal village nestled within the mountain range of the Serra de Tramuntana – that involved restoring the main structure, roof and facade, as well as rearranging the interiors.
▼住宅位于马略卡岛上的沿海村庄，the house is located in a coastal village of Mallorca
The main strategy consisted on removing all non-original elements added over the years in order to enhance the character of the house, from floors to furniture. Once cleaned, new contemporary elements were introduced. This balance between new and old, sleek and rustic brings a new life to Can Rei, allowing to understand traditional architecture through a contemporary lens.
厨房 | Kitchen
The kitchen is concealed within the walls in order to enhance the purity of the vaulted ceiling room. This allows for added flexibility in the space. Existing niches were enlarged to accommodate appliances such as a fridge, oven and washing machine, and all necessary storage for tableware, kitchen utensils, food, and cleaning supplies.
▼厨房概貌，an overview of the kitchen
▼厨房水槽以有色混凝土手工打造而成，the kitchen sink is made out of tinted concrete and is hand-hammered
▼家具被隐藏在墙壁内，以增强拱形空间的纯净感，the kitchen is concealed within the walls in order to enhance the purity of the vaulted ceiling room
▼既有的壁龛被扩大以容纳厨房用具，existing niches were enlarged to accommodate appliances
The stove was placed below the window, offering the experience of cooking with views over the Mediterranean Sea and connecting the kitchen to the exterior terrace space. The kitchen sink is made out of tinted concrete and is hand-hammered, to express its materiality, as a contemporary reinterpretation of a traditional Mallorcan stone sink. The tap is a simple, custom-made bent brass pipe. A bright red table – designed especially for the room- becomes the node of the concealed kitchen, allowing meals, work, or celebration to happen.
▼灶台位于窗户下方，使主人在做饭时也能享受到地中海的美景，the stove was placed below the window, offering the experience of cooking with views over the Mediterranean Sea
▼鲜艳的红色桌子成为厨房中的焦点，a bright red table becomes the node of the concealed kitchen
客厅 | The living
The space was cleaned to emphasize the original furniture of the house as well as the new additions. Non-original cement tiles were replaced by a “trispol” lime floor, recovering the house’s material essence while enhancing the connection between inside and outside. The vaulted ceiling was treated with quicklime in the traditional manner, achieving a smooth, pure and bright white surface. A pivotant light allows to displace the action from the kitchen to the living space.
▼石灰地面增强了室内和室外的连接关系，the lime floor enhanced the connection between inside and outside
▼生石灰带来光滑、纯净而明亮的白色表面，the vaulted ceiling was treated with quicklime in the traditional manner, achieving a smooth, pure and bright white surface
浴室 | Bathroom
Gaining height, purifying the geometry, and significantly enlarging the window creates a more comfortable and brighter space. A smooth concrete surface for floors and walls replaced the non-original tiles and contrasts with the rustic, ancient stone wall uncovered during construction. Boiler and bathroom storage are hidden behind a secret door.
卧室和书房 | Bedroom and library
A local, handmade terracotta floor replaced the non-original cement tiles, achieving a warmer, smoother feeling in the space. Windows were opened in the rear facade, allowing for cross-ventilation. Original Mallorcan beds were kept as core elements of the rooms. The height of this traditional furniture allows to enjoy sea views.
▼马略卡风格的床被保留下来，卧室内部，original Mallorcan beds were kept as core elements of the rooms
▼水泥地砖被替换为当地的手工陶瓦，a local, handmade terracotta floor replaced the non-original cement tiles
▼窗户朝后方打开，实现了空气对流，windows were opened in the rear facade, allowing for cross-ventilation
外观 | Exterior
屋顶和后方立面均以传统建造技术进行了修复，二楼则新开了窗户，以实现空气对流。根据马略卡岛中世纪时期在屋瓦下方绘制图案的传统（“teules pintades”），建筑师邀请了艺术家Luis Urculo来进行这一视觉表达工作。这些铁锈色的符号象征着好运，能够为房主赶走不好的情绪。
Both the roof and rear facade were renovated following traditional construction techniques, and new windows were opened in the upper floor to allow for cross-ventilation. Following the Mallorcan medieval tradition of painting the underside of the roof tile canopy – “teules pintades” – artist Luis Urculo was invited to reinterpret this popular pictorial expression. The rust-color symbols are meant to bring good luck and keep away bad spirits from the inhabitants of the house.
▼艺术家Luis Urculo在屋瓦下方绘制的铁锈色符号，the rust-color symbols painted by artist Luis Urculo
▼立面细部，detail of the facade
▼首层平面图，ground floor plan
▼二层平面图，upper floor plan
▼负一层平面图，lower floor plan
Architects: Isla Architects, Marta Colón de Carvajal, Juan Palencia (www.isla.works)
Photos: Luis Díaz Díaz (www.luisdiazdiaz.com)
Teules pintades (Art intervention on the roof tiles): Luis Urculo (www.luisurculo.com)
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