Lying in a gently sloping meadow in a small village near to Segovia, approximately 100 kilometres north of Madrid, Four Seasons House is a weekend refuge designed by Josemaria de Churtichaga and Cayetana de la Quadra-Salcedo have design as rural retreat for themselves.
Through a small yellow door, this tiny cabin from facade to interiors is all wood, central is a full glass curtain wall puts the bucolic scenery on display.
Inspiration from architect:
We bought a meadow in this landscape 15 years ago, and after 12 years of yellow contemplation, we decided to build a tiny house there, a refuge, a piece of landscape as a frame, a small inhabited threshold with two views, east and west.
To the west, a nearby view of rocks, moss, brambles and ancient ash. And to the east, the distant dawn over the yellow mountains. This double view and the thinking body finished to draw the house.