The reconstruction plays with the given structural elements of the farmhouse and brings with a double circulation a diverse rhythm of movement into the house. The barn floor becomes a lofty entrance hall, the hayloft a summer room. The large kitchen on the ground floor and the wine cellar in the basement exceed the scale of the formerly small house. The rooms on the upper floors are rather compact, but by means of bilateral connections to neighboring rooms they were given second paths, which repeatedly allow axial references and transverse views. In the bedrooms built-in bed niches reflect the traditional rural alcoves.
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