Decor : TRONC3 presents its new interior design office
The TRONC3 company has presented its new interior design project that aims to achieve full customer satisfaction through sustainable projects. What they seek is to reduce the impact of the environment, reducing the consumption of natural resources and promoting energy efficiency in each of their projects. Their works not only pursue business ethics, but also the realization of exclusive and comfortable homes that are adapted to the needs of each client, betting on the personal touch and space. “We are experiencing a difficult situation and, now more than ever, it is necessary to create spacious, efficient and reasonably priced homes,” explains Laura.
Rehabilitation of an 18th century farmhouse
The latest project in terms of sustainability has been carried out in a comprehensive reform of an 18th century farmhouse of more than 1,800 square meters, which is located in the heart of the Empordá. At the end of this rehabilitation, the farmhouse has been transformed into a set of seven houses, four inside and three newly created. It also has a communal area, swimming pool and a rustic property of 8,000 square meters with space for ecological gardens or leisure area.
In the interior design work, it has opted to maintain the essence of the classic Catalan farmhouses, based on the use of noble materials, natural elements such as wood and stone, which have served as the main axis, and warm and comfortable textures. “The purpose has been to create welcoming spaces from which to enjoy the nature that the environment gives us. For this reason, we have brought vegetation into the rooms, which maintain a dialogue with each other, and we have sought direct and indirect light, illuminating centenary elements such as the Catalan voltas and old wells, ”says Laura.
The volta catalana interiors have been rehabilitated, reinforced and illuminated with led strips to achieve a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The homes have high quality finishes in design and comfort. Proof of this are its energy efficiency facilities, where underfloor heating and aerothermal units coexist with microcement finishes, as well as incorporating the latest technologies, without losing the essence and history of the project. As for the stone facades, they have been repainted and whitewashed, recovering their original shape in the stone, the fences and some of the balcony windows dating from the year 1970.
A project conceived so that the integral restoration of the farmhouse coexists in perfect harmony, together with the new houses and the entire complex is a true reflection of the best urban-rustic environment full of trees, vegetation, flora and fauna of the area.