*스톤맨션에서 호텔로 리모델링 Casa Grande Hotel in Spain occupies 18th-century stone manor house

18세기 저택을 현재의 호텔로 변경하는 작업은 오랜 시간이 숙성된 공간을 현재에 연결하는 작업이다. 기존 재료를 적극적으로 드러냄으로써 클래식한 느낌을 구현하였다.

Grey stone walls and jet-black joinery meet to form the monochromatic interiors of this boutique hotel in northern Spain designed by Francesc Rifé Studio.

Casa Grande Hotel is situated in Granon, a tiny village in Spain's La Rioja region that's populated by just a few hundred people.

The hotel's owners – a couple with two daughters – moved to the area from a busy tourist town on Spain's Costa Brava, having grown tired of their hectic lifestyles.


They had the idea to open Casa Grande Hotel when they came across a vacant 18th-century manor house. Barcelona-based Francesc Rifé Studio was tasked with creating the hotel's 11 intimate guest rooms and communal spaces.


The studio decided to work with a "sober" palette of colours and materials that would "coexist with the story of the building peacefully" and draw attention to its historic features.

"I think dark tones are always quieter and calmer than light colours and this project is asking to pause and breathe," Francesc Rifé told Dezeen. "The new materials had to offer this aesthetic vision."

"There is nothing more gratifying and beautiful than deconstructing a forgotten building to recover the history that underlies it."


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