This is a small summer house for an extended family that reunited in their holidays.
The principal concept of the house is to create a minimum house with maximum interaction between inside-outside sticking to a very tight budget and wide reuse. Two sisters, their mother and their kids will use and share this home. The ground floor is completely accessible, and the bathroom is adapted for all users.
The construction system mixes traditional construction with low-cost materials. Stone, recycled tiles and bricks co-live with industrial metal structures and OSB panels. All the material that was in the plot has been placed and utilize in the project. The spaces with flexible usage, the harnessing of the plot and the utilization of the attic in case of improvised guests make this house a home ready to be adapted and open to the necessities of every moment.