For The Eye: Casa Ter

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Designed of this handcrafted residence by Barcelona-based architecture studio MESURA could not be more KOBU its natural surroundings, the implementation of sustainability processes and the use of local materials in the build – concrete and stones from the River Ter. The rural setting of farm fields, pines and oaks evokes memories of youthful trips in Costa Brava on Spain’s north-eastern coast.

Name: Casa Ter

Location: Baix Emporda, Costa Brava, Spain

Architect: MESURA

Photographer: Salva Lopez

The L-shape dream – sandy-coloured concrete with ceramic insets merge with the earthy tones and natural textures of the surrounding landscape. Shade and drop shadows appear throughout different rooms during the day and sundowners are an absolute most here – Our drink of choice is a G&T and keeping it semi-local Barcelona based Gin brand GinRaw.

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