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CO-HABITAR, an interior design project integrated in the transformation of a hotel into a co-housing

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The students of the Postgraduate in Interior Space Design. Private Perimeters of Elisava present the CO-HABITAR project, where they have worked on several proposals to rethink and propose a new housing model for the Walden XXI collective. This collective is working with the non-speculative housing cooperative Sostre Cívic and the architects team Som Hàbitat to transform a hotel in the centre of Sant Feliu de Guíxols into a new cohabitation housing space.

TUTORS: Tomás López,  Lola Domènech,  Marcos Catalán,  Joaquim Matutano.

Dos Vías  //  Dos Vidas

Students: Bernadette Jofre, Paola Mora, Ana Resines

The concept of this project celebrates the life of its users, with all its stages. Two lives that follow their own destiny, but with the happy coincidence of aligning their paths. Making use of light and shadow, full and empty. Two lives. Two spaces. Two uses. Two directions. Two blocks. One dwelling.

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CONTINUUM

Students: Elisabet Navarro, Jorge Palacios, Sofia Simioni

In the case of Continuum, the students have focused on a retired couple. Their concept is based on large pieces of furniture that function as articulators of spaces and serve each space according to its needs.

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OPEN HOUSE. Una nova manera de viure el mediterrani

Students: Carolina Barris, Alejandra Calderón, Nerea Sagasti

The aim of the Open House proposal is to rethink and propose a new housing model. To this end, importance has been given to social values and to community and multi-functional spaces. The philosophy of this concept is sharing. Thus, permeable, modern and multi-purpose spaces well related to the exterior spaces are proposed.

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COMUNICA

Students: Beatriu Bertomeu Vidal, Yang Zhou, Alexandra Reis Tristán

In the case of Comunica, the students have focused on a retired couple and to propose the new housing model they have taken into account concepts such as communicating, experimenting, sharing, participating and uniting in order to create communicative, open, relaxed, warm and serene spaces.

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TRIPLE BUIT

Students: Laura Munárriz, Alex Quinga, Marina Romera

Triple Buit is inspired by the concept of "Sea and Mountain" (Mar i muntanya in Catalan). It is a category of dishes typical of Catalan cuisine that mixes ingredients from the garden and the mountains (meat, sausages, etc.) with products from the sea (seafood or fish), achieving a variety of tastes and contrasts that make it special. The profile they have chosen for the house is a couple between 45 and 50 years old with a 5-year-old daughter.

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LLUM

Students: Juan Felipe Iturralde Davalos, Lorenzo d'Itàlia, Ronal Raul Pallares Sosa

The project is supported by lighting criteria, both light and shadow, generating emotional and spatial perceptions. Llum is a work that has an element that has its own movement and formal adaptation. This subtle element carries with it a great preponderance within the space. The concept of the project is the new living, the feeling of freedom within a space where the walls are not delimiting.

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MAÓ

Students: Paula Vidiella, Celia Pérez, Laure Consille

The project of this team from the Postgraduate in Interior Space Design is inspired by the brick ("maó" in Catalan) and its properties. Brick is a material made of kilned and fired clay. Both protected and open to the outside, the space distinguishes between light and shade. The lattice filters the sun, the Maó is reminiscent of the earth, the organic shapes of the furniture bring us closer to nature.

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