El Patio del Galápago

Eight semicircular arches on Tuscan columns run through three sides of El Patio del Galápago, the luminous heart of the family house in Badanas 11 which was incorporated in 1999.

Its name comes from the ancient habit of having Galapagos in many patios, as they are found to be very useful to fight the appearance of flying insects in summer.

The galleries are lined with pots painted in light blue with indoor plants, such as hanging ferns, spider plants and not to be missed, climbing plants such as white and purple plumbago or celestina.

This patio, with a trapezoidal plan, preserves the domestic intimacy just like when it was a family home, underlined by latticework and paneled doors..

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