The ancient fourteenth century farmhouse has been renovated by CollGorgot Arquitectes studio together with construction firm Grup Perelada, featuring materials by Porcelanosa.
The complex is made up of four separate spaces (Mas Llorens, Mas Taulina, Mas Vallès and Mas Gran), with facilities including a swimming pool, gardens, and sports areas.
Mas Garriga is nestled in the heart of nature in Sant Andreu Salou (Girona). Made up of four apartments (Mas Llorens, Mas Taulina, Mas Vallès and Mas Gran), this 14th century building has been renovated by CollGorgot Arquitectes studio together with construction firm Grup Perelada.
Blanca Camín and Javier Suqué are behind the interior design, which combines the building’s original architectural features with PORCELANOSA Group’s most minimalist collections. The stone walls are in perfect harmony with the solid wood doors and wardrobes, as are the cement inspired tiles and warm textiles that breathe life into the furnishings and sofas.
Rustic interior design with minimalist accents
With a palette centred around white, beige, and brown hues, the PORCELANOSA Group collections heighten the rustic charm characteristic of ancient farmhouses. This can be seen in the wood effect AC6 Natural 1 L Virgin floor tiles from L’Antic Colonial used throughout the various rooms.
The pieces are further highlighted by Micro-Stuk Fine rendering from Butech, where the contrasting grey tones emphasise the whiteness of the Line shower tray in Krion Shell®, an engineered mineral composite from Krion.
The seamlessly integrated floor-level shower offers greater continuity between the various zones, framed within the overall design of the property.
Unlike other models, this piece – with a 5% recycled PET composition – gives greater resistance to the space, blending perfectly with the natural setting of the complex.
With three distinct apartments, all double bedrooms at Mas Garriga are fully furnished, and facilities include a swimming pool, garden, sports areas, and play areas for little ones.
Architect: CollGorgot Arquitectes.
Builder: Grup Perelada.
Photo: Juan Luis Campoy.