"Pere Llobet and Portell streets take us to one of Park Güell's back entrances between the Coll and the Carmel hill of Barcelona, on one side of the upper channel of the old Farigola stream."
140 m² Collumpio House is completed in 2021 by Spanish architect firm MACH.
The house's major building parts are emphasized in order to frame and seal off a piece of air in this region of Barcelona. In connection to the garden and the ground, a substantial base is constructed, on which a light metal framework structure open to the landscape and the Sun sits.
The house's sections are organized in a circle around a center component that serves as a bathroom and storage. The many pieces of furniture, some of which are built-in, are the ones that complete the room. The home is intended to evolve alongside its residents, opening and shutting new rooms.
To soften the blow, the home was painted yellow, which, when contrasted with the green of the terrain and the blue of the sky, is unexpectedly cheerful.
Japanese trained y+M design firm built a house with an accessible tiered rooftop that provides broad views of the surrounding natural area. The house is designed to take advantage of the ever-changing scenery, with an open garden near to the flowing river.