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When posed with the issue of a particularly slender and lengthy plot of land (H.H x forty one meters) in Toledo, Spain that solely acquired mild on the 2 shortest sides, Romero Vallejo had to determine a approach to match six dwellings the place there was just one. Luckily, they found out a solution to make it occur within the Six Patio Houses, all whereas offering every residence with their very own personal outside area.
The construction was inbuilt a approach that left an extended void on one aspect oriented to the solar to assist improve mild delivered to the interiors, in addition to the air flow. It additionally allowed for higher views from the higher flooring.
A shared pathway was created connecting the homes the place crops develop and alter all year long. Each home is about again from the trail a bit so as to add privateness for every tenant.
The interiors are additionally well designed with glass flooring for the lofts in order that mild is maximized all through the area.
Details on the inside have been constructed to be versatile, like sliding partitions, so the area adapts for the customers.
Simple spiral staircases result in the lofts serving to to scale back the footprint of a daily set of stairs.
Photos by Juan Carlos Quindós.