Architects: Pedro Llorente
Woodworks: wooden facade, custom carpentry, bamboo panelling, irocco deck
This guest pavilion is part of a large rural villa, in a village near to Seville.
Its beatiful facade, made of thermowood pine, is the result of a long time of research that begins with a similar project for a villa designed for the architecture studio Vicens&Ramos in Marbella. Years of test with thermowood from different origins, plywood boards form different manufacturers, hanging and anchoring systems, exterior finisihing of easy maintenance… have been done to achieve a facade where each element could be easily replaced or remove.
Part of the interior in the villa is panelling with bamboo: floor to ceiling sliding doors, ceilings, custom furniture… Elegant, warm and beatiful coatings.
Architect: NAN Contract
Photographs: Iván Casal Nieto
Woodworks: Charred wood, bamboo furniture, bamboo paneling, bamboo doors
NAN Contract architects have chosen bamboo from GUBIA in the interior design of this ophtalmological clinic in Madrid.
Inside an oriental-style domines the space with lacquered doors with solid bamboo frames, bamboo panelings, a solid bamboo flooring and custom furniture made of the same material.
Outside an original lattice made of charred wood, according to the Japanese technique Shou Sugi Ban, covers the facade of the building as a visual filter between the clinic and the street. Our technicians are studied several wood species and different degrees of flame exposure, as well as a finishing resistant to the surface carbon layer.