Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings
In a first stage, we determine which of the historic building’s aspects are worth preserving to maintain its architectural value. Then we perform a more detailed analysis to select the building’s specific features that are to be maintained and preserved, whether it be its traits, materials, divisions or cores.
This selection will ensure coherence between the historic building and its newly adopted function. The focus is to maximize pre-existing features to create a project that results in a building offering the best user experience quality.
When we talk about rehabilitating a historic building, we consider reformulating spatial needs. It is important to decide what parts of the building are to be maintained and those that must be legally preserved, thereby maintaining the building’s historic value and simultaneously fulfilling the user’s needs.
We preserve history and give it continuity.