画廊住宅位于加泰罗尼亚莱里达的一个小镇里，兼顾了家庭住宅、小旅馆和艺术画廊的功能。2017年，Mas Blanch i Jové酒厂的主人决定在酒庄附近购买一栋旧房子并对其进行改造，以容纳不断增长的酒厂游客，同时也为家庭成员提供了一个相聚的空间。
The Gallery House, together with the recently finished Espai Saó, is part of a set of interventions carried out for the Mas Blanch i Jové winery, located in the small town of La Pobla de Cérvoles, in Lleida, province of Catalonia. The house is an encounter between a family house, a small hotel, and an art gallery. In 2017, the owners of the Mas Blanch i Jové winery decided to buy an old house close to the winery, with the aim of reforming it to accommodate the growing number of visitors to the winery, but also to be used throughout the family at their meetings in the Little village.
在项目的构思阶段，Raúl Sánchez事务所提出了将住宅与酒厂的艺术背景相结合的思路。每年，酒厂都会邀请一位著名雕塑家在葡萄园中创作雕塑作品，不限主题、位置和材料。雕塑花园周围如今已遍布着来自Joan Brossa、Frederic Amat、Evru和Eva Lootz等多位艺术家的作品。而从该项目开始，每位艺术家都需要对住宅本身进行少量的干预，目的是为酒厂的不同部分创造一种连续的参观体验。
In the process of the project conceptualization, RSA proposed to relate the house to the artistic experience of the winery itself, represented by the sculpture garden: every year, a renowned artist-sculptor is invited to build a sculpture in the vineyards, with total freedom of subject, location and material. Around the garden there are works by Joan Brossa, Frederic Amat, Evru, or the most recent by Eva Lootz. From now on, each artist will be asked to make a small intervention in the house, creating a joint experience in the visit to the different facilities of the winery.
▼街道视角，view from the street
The project proposes a clear and accurate division of the house by means of a cross established in plan and section, which opens four huge windows in each one of the facades of the house, putting it in close contact with the picturesque landscape of the place. This cross occupies and resolves the circulation spaces, widened to accommodate more function than the distributive itself. These spaces are cladded with corten steel plates, an identifying material of the winery itself, omnipresent in the sculptures and works that Josep Guinovart, a renowned artist, intimate friend of the owners, made throughout his life for the winery.
▼玄关座位区，seating area in the entry hall
The steel, cold and not a domestic material, represents the exhibition spaces, housed in this cross. Around it, the domestic spaces are deployed, with a completely opposite materiality: mortars, cements and gray tones in the common ground floor spaces; and wood, ceramics and mirrors in the bedrooms upstairs. The material collision is direct on the upper floor: from the metallic and cold space of the exhibition areas, one accesses, through a door with different finish on each side, to the warm and comfortable wooden environments of the bedrooms.
The crucial point of the house is the center of the cross, solved by a small bridge that flies over the ground floor and from which the four large windows open with no frames: two small benches to admire the landscape finish off the axes of the bedrooms; two double height voids star in the remaining sides.
▼“十字架”以桥梁的形式连接了二层空间，the center of the cross is solved by a small bridge that flies over the ground floor
▼二层视角，view from the upper floor
▼十字架在较长的两端形成双层高空间，the double height void on the one side
▼十字架在较短的两端朝向优美的风景， two small benches admire the landscape finish off the axes of the bedrooms
On the ground floor, the distribution takes place around a kitchen, toilets and warehouses block, connecting all areas in a circular path, increasing interior complexity, and passing through spaces of varying heights, compressing and decompressing the spaces. On the top floor, five bedrooms with their own bathrooms occupy the four corners. The same type of bedroom receives five variants, in particular in the bathrooms, each one of a different color, highlighted by the joint between ceramic tiles, the painting of the walls, and the color of the sinks themselves.
▼厨房连接了餐厅和起居室，the kitchen connects the dining area to the living room
▼从厨房望向餐厅，view to the dining room from the kitchen
▼从二层走廊望向卧室，view to the bedroom on the upper floor
▼每间卧室的装饰都各有不同，主要体现在浴室的瓷砖接缝、墙面涂漆和洗手池的色彩上，the variants of the bedroom type are highlighted by the joint between ceramic tiles, the painting of the walls, and the color of the sinks themselves
Outside, some interventions denote the new character of the house: the four new windows, which cross the facades, with a strange scale to the house itself; the carpet-like cladding of corten steel access stairs; the new socles of the same material, as well as the porch of the entrance, and a greater homogeneity in the outer finishings.
▼耐候钢板如地毯般覆盖着入口楼梯，the carpet-like cladding of corten steel access stairs
A new fence of corten steel plates closes the house to the outside, and according to the angle, closes or opens the house in view of the passerby.
▼耐候钢板栅栏，corten steel fence
▼首层平面图，ground floor plan
▼二层平面图，first floor plan
Architecture: Raúl Sánchez
Name of project: GALLERY HOUSE
Location: calle Ponent 4, La Pobla de Cérvoles (Lérida)
Client: Mas Blanch i Jove (https://www.masblanchijove.com/es/)
Structure: Diagonal Arquitectura
Engineering: Marés ingenieros
Architecture: Sainza Hervella / Miriam Corcuera / Valentina Barberio / Albert Montilla
Photography: José Hevia (www.josehevia.es)
Metal works: Metal Ware (http://www.metalware.co/)
Faucets and taps: Icónico (https://iconico.es/)
Wood carpentry: Mobles Ferné (http://moblesferne.com/)
Construction: May 2018-June 2019
Built area: 200m2