Spain's PYO Arquitectos converted a stable and renovated a farmhouse untouched since the 1950s in the Spanish city of Asturias and the result is rather nice. To stay the deterioration of timber and stone in the farmhouse, PYO replaced the crumbling sections of the facade with new, local stone and white concrete. The architects also created a new, lightweight-steel frame to shore up walls and create airy, open-plan spaces inside the revamped structures. The adjacent stable also received a revamp and former haylofts on its second level are now bedrooms, while a ground-level common area serves as a lounge. It all clocks in at a little over 4,400 square feet (414 square meters).
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