Gallery House

We are not dealing here with house, or an art gallery, but with a hybrid. In this case it is worthwhile to ask oneself about the need of searching for an exterior landscape, when the reason of the existence of this work is creating an interior landscape to be able to enjoy art. That is why the exterior of the building is not a priority. The first perception relies on art itself and the awareness of the exterior becomes peripheral. The relation between the interior and the exterior isn’t direct, but through patios and covered exteriors that act as a visual and light filter, regulating the amount of light necessary to contemplate the art in exhibition.

Faced with a cacophonic variety of house styles, this construction seeks silence. A simple architecture with a timeless language, where the material, the brick, is the protagonist, being a concern the way in which the brick mass is pierced with the least possible visual noise.