Article source: Roberto Ercilla Arquitectura
The old buildings dotted across the Llanada, or plain, of Alava, which make up small village communities, are rather like large warehouses used for a number of purposes: family home, cattle barn, etc.
On the whole, these constructions are very simple in shape, being heavy, with a double sloping roof and small windows.
- Architects: Roberto Ercilla Arquitectura
- Project: Gardélegui Family dwelling
- Location: Álava, Spain
- Photography: César San Millán
- Colaboradores: Eduardo Martín, Cálculo Estructura
- Client: Nicholas Thunstall Sinclair
- Technical Architect: Javier Valdivielso
- Empresa Constructora: Construcciones Fumasa
- Area: 270 m²
- Budget: 180,000 €
- Situación: Gardélegui (Vitoria)