Designed in 2013 by Churtichaga+Quadra-Salcedo arquitectos, this contemporary picket retreat is located in Berrocal, Spain.
Description by ch+qs This is a humanized panorama of meadows, partitions, ash, streams, a small-scale panorama, minimal, virtually home, and the place completely all the things occurs in yellow. In spring poke all yellow flowers. In the summer time, yellow cereal is yellow harvested in a yellow Castilian warmth. Fall solely comes right here in yellow, hundreds of thousands of tiny ash leaves that die in a lingering and dry yellow. In winter, yellow insists in glowing flashes of yellow lichen on the grey trunks of ash timber. And right here each machine is yellow, the indicators are yellow, in all places yellows… We purchased a meadow on this panorama 15 years in the past, and after 12 years of yellow contemplation, we determined to construct a tiny home there, a refuge, a bit of panorama as a body, a small inhabited threshold with two views, east and west. To the west, a close-by view of rocks, moss, brambles and historic ash. And to the east, the distant daybreak over the yellow mountains. This double view and the considering physique completed to attract the home. Everything is small, all the things is brief, every part has a tiny scale. From outdoors, the view slides over the home. The eye solely stops at a yellow gate guarding the doorway, and a yellow chimney that warms it, the remaining is invisible. And when sitting, stopping within the doorway, the home disappears and the world continues in yellow.