Project by: Guim Costa Calsamiglia architect
The Thomsen House designed by architect Guim Costa Calsamiglia is located in a privileged environment a few meters from the beach surrounded by dunes, pine trees and a Greco-Roman archaeological site of Empúries. A comfortable and functional space with a Mediterranean air in which the white walls of the house contrast with the natural stone of the garden walls and the native vegetation such as the olive tree. A two-storey building completely open to the garden in which large windows allow to mix the indoor and outdoor areas. The chairs and sofas of the SIT collection were chosen for the lounge area with the structure and cushions in white, as well as for the dining area but this time combining the SIT chairs with the DATS table with seating for 8 people. The pool area was completed with two NAK loungers also in a combination of white in both the structure and upholstery.