Project Name: PF House
Practice: HORMA Estudio
Firm Location: Spain
Completion year: 2021
Gross Built up Area: 78 sqm
Project Location: Valencia, Spain
Design Team: Nacho Juan, Clara Cantó, Jose Iborra, Ana Riera, María Mateo, Belén Iglesias, Bárbara Bruschi, Maïna Chavagneux
Photo Credits: Mariela ApollonioMore Specs
Excerpt: PF House is an interior design project designed by Horma Estudio in Spain. The project aims to connect the day area and the night area in a single space through a transition space with expansions and compressions that guide the steps between one area and another.
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A well-oriented space, closely connected to the outside that requires few but precise decisions to define its use and character. The project aims to connect the day area and the night area in a single space through a transition space with expansions and compressions that guide the steps between one area and another.
A piece of carpentry built in walnut wood and colored lacquered articulates the open spaces and hides the most private spaces, building a privacy filter while showing the spatial continuity of the house.
The wood textures of the vertical elements and the natural stone of the pavement give the space a unique touch. The geometry of the elements, marked from the beginning by the directions of the existing perimeter, has just given the space its own personality and character.