CAMPO CHIC - Projects and Interior Design
Sarah de Graaff-Hunter


Architectural Design Details

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An example of masonry plastered open shelves and cooker hood over a gas range in a rustic kitchen in the Andalucian countryside.
Another example of plastered and hand moulded masonry including a butler's double sink set into green glazed specially made tiles in an old restored Spanish village house.
The local hand made terracotta tiles and bricks are used to create a curving outdoor staircase to the raised terrace of a newly built 'cortijo' in the Serrania de Ronda.
These same terracotta tiles are used to make a terrace balustrade above the garden level of a village house.
The handmade local brick tiles and old oak recuperation beams form the interesting curved ceiling of an outdoor covered eating area on the patio of a house in Gaucin.
Specially made decorative ironwork 'reja' of typical Andalucian design is given a more original look with verdigris coloured painted bars and the moulded masonry design above and below picked out in various limewash earth colours. The 'reja' gives security to the windows of Andalucian houses and dates back to Moorish times.
These antique double doors, with small 'postigo' door on one side, were rescued from a house demolition and create an outdoor covered entrance hall for an old converted Andalucian olive mill.
The painted and plastered brick elegant staircase, with chestnut wooden edged tiled steps, lead to the oak balustraded Minstrel's Gallery of this double height living room in a Spanish country house.