Román & Canivell, Jardines de Murillo apartments in Seville
Photos: Miguel de Guzmán - Imagen Subliminal
At number 32 of Rastro street in the old quarter of Seville, between the Murillo Gardens and the San Bernardo neighborhood, rises this residential block that the local firm Roman & Canivell designed for the property company Metrovacesa. Respecting the height of surrounding constructions, the new building set between party walls contains 21 apartments of 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms, with two underground levels for garages and storage. Because most of the units face inward, special attention has gone to the central courtyard of curved contours onto which opens a series of galleries rounded off with perforated metal panels of varying height. To ensure adequate ventilation and light, several more courtyards are placed along the entire edge of the lot. Residents will enjoy the rooftop swimming pool.
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