The ways that a residential urban center has been developed defines its social identity.
The changes in the stratification structures of a human society during its development leaves behind ‘ghost’ buildings and spaces with disuse, covering bygone needs.
Many of these sites may not be removed because they have are part of a rigid whole.
The change of use of such sites is recently beginning to become a conscious decision,
as a palliative measure in an already damaged residential environment.
Low-cost, reversible interventions recycle sites and enhance their aesthetic while giving them
the existence and in particular the possibility of a new mutation in the same shell.
A small warehouse in a high ceiling ground floor of an apartment building, transformed
into a modern studio that will fill the needs of a young couple.
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