A RENOVATED STABLE IN SPAIN

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Located in a remote environment in the province of Cáceres in Spain, the goal was to transform an abandoned stable into a family home by completely renovating it in a way that would be consistent and respectful with the environment. Problems relating to the electricity and water supply were solved through sustainability systems. The result is a beautifully renovated modern self sufficient energy home that still fits very well into the surrounding landscape.

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(images from ÁBATON Architects)

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3 Responses to A RENOVATED STABLE IN SPAIN

  1. Wonderful decorations, I like your blog, take a look of my blog, maybe you like also. Thanks.
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  2. Jesús Moguel

    Soy fiel seguidor de tu blog, me encanta el estilo, gracias por regalarnos tan bellas e inspiradoras fotografias, saludos desde México.
    Jesús Moguel.

  3. This is so cool… I love the stone and concrete and wood. I’d move in, too!
    xo Nancy
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