Itziar combines a mountainous rural setting with an industrial estate associated with the motorway, built in a brutal violation of the topography of the place. In the form of a volume that brings together four dwellings for members of a family into a residential complex that shares the ground and some spaces, the house is a present-day interpretation of a life associated with the country and vegetable production without being either folkloric or indifferent to tradition. The position chosen for the new construction, as well as providing privacy, favours sun exposure, ventilation and views of the mountains and the sea, obeying criteria of climatic adaptation that are present in local tradition.
client: Aramberri Family
location: Deba, Spain
area: 1.506 m²
Architecture: Iñaki Ábalos, Renata Sentkiewicz (Ábalos + Sentkiewicz)
Collaborators: Alfonso Miguel, Víctor Garzón, Jorge Álvarez-Builla, Rodrigo Rieiro, José Rodríguez
Structure: Eduardo Barrón
Quantity Surveyor: José María Roteta