Igúzquiza House by LopezNeiraCiaurri
by Ted Savage / November 14, 2013
City to village: Igúzquiza House by LopezNeiraCiaurri, in Igúzquiza, Spain, represents a retreat from the city and a return to rural roots, a family home blending into the farming landscape, constructed around two existing structures, adhering to restrictive local building codes.


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The owners assisted by managing workers, and helping with construction and stonework. Photos by Miguel de Guzmán. Via ArchDaily.

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