Contemporary residence situated in Gijón, a city in the northern region of Asturias. ...continue reading "Contemporary House For Sale in Gijón, Asturias"
Mountains, green fields, cool summer nights, snowy winters, silence, clean air, hiking... Sounds good? If so, you are going to like these homes.
This lovely country villa is located in Gijón, Asturias, within a 2,000 square metres plot, surrounded by nature and a beautiful large garden. Besides, its main features are ...continue reading "For Sale: 5 Bedroom House in Gijón (Asturias) with Outstanding Garden"
7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, Plot Area 1,300m2, Built Area 510m2
This large house, built in the first half of the 20th century by an Indiana, is located overlooking the Ria de Navia (Navia, Asturias). The décor indoors is the typical from that period and, despite the age of the mansion, it is very well-maintained. The plot contains fruit and palm trees.
It's close to schools, a hospitals and supermarkets, and the town of Navia is very well communicated with the main cities of Oviedo and Gijón.
The house is perfect to be fitted out like a charming hotel.
The price is 635,000 €.
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Langreo, located in Asturias (Northern Spain), is a place where you would be forgiven for gaining the impression that free space was at a premium. A combination of topography, industry and a dense housing footprint give credance to first impressions. ACXT architects were set the unenviable task of converting an old coalfield into something very different.
The Sports and Leisure Centre attempts to create a new open landscape rather than just a new building. It minimizes the impact of its volume. It plays with imaginary tectonic forces acting on the valley by folding the ground. The building is a composition of folds, of green waves correlated with the different interiors. The aim of the design was to provide a model for the redevelopment of the immediate area. The surface area of the green roofs could be extended to form plazas and gardens in adjacent areas currently occupied by ruined buildings.
The L-shaped area where the building is erected, is a highly constrained space. Its boundaries include a train commuter platform, police headquarters, the Nalón River and the local football field.