Architects: FB+ estudio
Area: 250 m²
Photographs: FB+ estudio
Manufacturers: GRAPHISOFT, Adelca, Artesanal, Atenas, FV, Fabricación Artesanal
Lead Architect: Freddy Bonilla
A daytime photograph of El Palomar House situated along the roadside, showcasing the building and its neighboring structures in the community.
The interior of the house offers a detailed view of the construction techniques and materials used, prominently featuring a large sliding wooden door and walls supported by a wooden structure.
A section of the interior of the house is characterized by its ample space and unique architectural elements, including raw flooring and a staircase constructed using earth, brick and iron.
The interior of the house features a rustic and natural aesthetic, characterized by the exposed timber beams and unpainted walls.
The interior of the house features a harmonious blend of modern materials and elements from the original, rustic structure.
The interior of the house offers a detailed view of the various partitions and architectural elements, which include the prominent use of exposed timber beams. These natural elements add visual interest and highlight the unique architectural design of the building.
The interior of the unit features a loft section, constructed primarily of wood, offering ample space and natural light through the use of wide glass windows, providing views of the surrounding landscape.
Section B: House plan of El Palomar House
Section C: House plan of El Palomar House
Upper floor plan of El Palomar House
Ground floor plan of El Palomar House
The house is located in Santiago de las Montañas on the street Juan de Salinas in the Las Palmas neighbourhood in Loja. It is built in 1950, and formerly known as “The Old House”. El Palomar is a restoration and renovation project in which FB+estudio creates a subtle dialogue with the city, from within.