El Baquillo

Zalamea la Real, Huelva | 2015


The traditional architecture from the site breathes and pulses through the interior courtyard that sometimes becomes a garden.

The boundary between indoors and outdoors, between internal space and external character, blurs.


The row materiality of the “tapia” can be easily qualified by the primary elements and aromas: water, fire, breeze, flowers …

Light and shadows characterizes that place and reflect on the walls, which underline the horizon and frame the landscape.