This sustainable prefabricated complex by Pablo Serrano of DOM Arquitectura represents a pioneering concept.
Casa de Madera is a pilot project, with an eye on encouraging the use of prefabrication in Spain, where it is still far from widespread. A contemporary loft in the vicinity of San Cugat (Barcelona) with very low energy consumption.
Wood is the primary material, selected for its excellent thermal performance. For the facade, Serrano has chosen spruce, with pine for the interiors. All from the Catalan Pyrenees.
The furnishings are based on an idea of timeless design, including the Scola washstand by Duravit, designed in the 1960s.