Valencia, a decorative legacy revives through contemporary simplicity

A residence of Javier Goerlich is renovated by Lola Bataller Alberola and Noelia Falcón Palau, creating space and cleanliness around original coatings and finishes, which regain their protagonism.

Entrusted with the renovation of a residence by Javier Goerlich - a Spanish architect who designed over 600 buildings in Valencia in the first half of the 20th century, effectively shaping its face - Lola Bataller Alberola and Noelia Falcón Palau opted for a delicate balance between enhancing the original elements and updating the living functions according to contemporary sensibilities.

Wherever possible, the original carpentry elements and floors are recovered, helping to define a decorative timbre that imposes itself in all rooms of the house. Around, the choice to expand the rooms as much as possible, widening the rooms and fluidizing the passage, allows to enhance the old without suffocating it in pure conservatism, and to adapt the articulation of the rooms to a more open function and adaptable to the desires of its inhabitants.

Residenza unifamiliare
Lola Bataller Alberola e Noelia Falcón Palau.
Technical architecture:
Ana Mingotes Bareas
Biofor energía S.L
Nolek Design
Area :
247 sqm

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