The site was a former atelier and later on it was a garage. From the street, there was a big wooden door that gave access to a unique inner space. At the back there was a toilet and a porch open to a pool oriented to the south. The intervention was basically focused on two spaces: the entrance and the back courtyard. For the entrance we have recycled an ancient door and a stained glass window generating an entrance porch opened to the street. At the back part of the studio we have covered part of the pool with a light structure of glass and steel that we use as a meeting room. The gallery is an energy captator for the winter and, during the summer, it is easily converted into a porch
with the opening of an awning placed above the glass. In the interior, we have kept the original walls and ceiling turning one of the walls into a continuous bookshelf. The whole floor is a wood platform, underneath we put all the installations. A steel stair connects the gallery with the back courtyard.