The charm of yesterday, for today’s life.
In certain occasions we find projects that we want to do, however this may be, and this was one of them. Rehabilitating a 17th century house in Pals was a good opportunity to fully exploit interior design without excessive space limitations. In addition, whoever made the order promised us a fruitful collaboration. It is Sylvie Travers , decorator and owns the house. She and her husband had been living right in front of the farm for five years. As neighbors, they felt strangely attracted by that old building of massive walls, huge wooden doors and small windows. One day they dared to cross the wild and abandoned vegetation that covered the entrance patio and push the immense wooden door. Inside they found no wonders but a world of possibilities . To make them come true, they had our help.
This house has different rooms, a spectacular suite, a living room with a lot of character, a rustic but modern kitchen-dining room at the same time, a underground hammam and an outdoor pool with recycled elements that are naturally integrated into the environment. Adapting the whole of the rooms to a current use was the biggest challenge that this great house offered us. Rethink this space to achieve a thorough adaptation to the present and future lifestyle of its inhabitants, requires a deep understanding of the habits of their owners and know how to find technical solutions, and also imaginative, to overcome the multiple technical difficulties that a farm of these Features leads by the hand.
Special mention deserves the furniture specially chosen, as well as all the decorative elements, which manage to give this house a special character. Wild and sophisticated at the same time.