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Hotel at a Baroque XVIII Century House

San Asensio (La Rioja). Spain.

In association with Óscar Reinares.

The building dates back to the 18th Century and has not undergone any significant alterations. It is a large palatial construction between party walls, with a rectangular floor plan, ashlar masonry, rough ashlar or rubble masonry load walls, timber floors, and a roof made of Arabic tiles on a timber structure.

It is a hotel with only eight rooms, with luxury amenities.

A comprehensive restoration was undertaken, respecting the typology and recovering its most important features where possible: staircase and dome, joinery with iron fittings, interior coatings including brush strokes and inscriptions, cast iron railings, ashlar masonry, floors and the roof structure.

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Hotel at a Baroque XVIII Century House
In association with Óscar Reinares

Location
San Asensio (La Rioja). Spain

Client
Private

Project date
March 2005

Building opening
September 2007

Architects
Óscar Reinares Fernández
Ignacio Quemada Sáenz-Badillos

Artistic and historical report
Rosana Foncea López

Structural Engineering
Fernando Martínez Romero

MEP Engineering
Cruz Marqués Engineers (ICM)

General Contractor
Oscar Noval Construcciones S L

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