Arched openings connect indoor and outdoor spaces in 1960s Spanish holiday home

Perforated steel doors, generous arched openings and terracotta tile floors help to blend the indoor and outdoor spaces within this Spanish holiday home by Bajet Giramé and Nicolas Burckhardt.

Owned by three sisters who bought the property with a view to renovating it to use as a summer home, Las 3 Marías is located in a small 1960s residential development in Mont-roig del Camp near the city of Tarragona. It is surrounded by pine forests and rural landscapes.

Top: the interior used sandy hues throughout. Above: a collection of arches envelop the home

Swiss architect Nicolas Burckhardt and Barcelona studio

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