SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN PAST AND FUTURE IN ALICANTE’S ARCHITECTURE
In the heart of Alicante’s Ensanche, two buildings from the 40s and 50s, a reference in Alicante’s architecture and on whose ground floor was the Caramelos Picó shop, remembered by all the children of that time, is the place where this building of five floors plus an attic between party walls has been erected.
The façade of Pintor Lorenzo Casanova, full of symbolism, represents the coexistence of materials and different periods. Ceramic and metallic elements come together in a building that dialogues with its surroundings as it leans towards the Plaza Seneca, a landscaped space where the old bus station is located, which has been rehabilitated and converted into a space for holding events in the city of Alicante.
Inside, a landscaped courtyard is integrated into the inner courtyard. As sunny as the street, it becomes the intimate and luminous space to which the main bedrooms of the building open up.
Well-kept interiors with their own personality, original hydraulic tiles, walls imitating the original masonry, glass partitions and semi-industrial bells give rise to spaces where materials from the past and the future coexist in a perfect symbiosis that gives this building its unique character.
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