PhotographerAitor Estévez PhotographyTraditional Basque House Converted into Two-Family Residence

Traditional Basque House Converted into Two-Family Residence

Traditional Basque House Converted into Two-Family Residence

Project: Omagoieaskoa House / Traditional Basque house
Architects: BAT Architecture
Location: Bosque de Oma, Spain
Built area: 310 sqm
Photographer: Aitor Estévez

The project involves the refurbishment of an old, traditional Basque house to convert it into a two-family residence. The project’s main aim is to strip out the property internally and to adapt it to the new occupiers’ needs, always respecting the architectural characteristics of this superb historical dwelling. There are no external modifications.

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