The hotel AIRE DE BÁRDENAS, located in Spain in the south-east of Navarre, was built in 2008 by the architects Emiliano Lopez and Mónica Rivera, in the middle of a wheat field, near the Bardenas Natural Park.
Built on one level, the hotel is perfectly integrated into the existing austere landscape. It consists of a set of small cubes scattered on the ground, taking care to preserve the peace of the place and the desert aspect of the ground.
The spaces are organized around a central courtyard. With a tight budget, the architects chose a prefabricated solution and a combination of high-tech industrial purpose for the use of recycled wood materials covering the facades.