One-story house designed to introduce the landscape into the rooms. The superimposition of different layers of materials acts like a layered envelope that helps the landscape infiltrate the interior. For its inhabitants, waking up in this house each day is like waking up in the garden of delights.
It is a two-story house with an “L” structure that gives it light without sacrificing privacy. The terrace pergola creates a shaded area and filters the light which is reflected in the pool, creating a very special atmosphere. On the ground floor we distribute a series of English patios that introduce the landscape inside without compromising the intimate character of the private rooms.
The relationship of the building with its surroundings is that of an element of continuity. The opening of the first floor plays the role of a natural viewpoint from which the landscape can be contemplated.
The distribution on two floors and the layout of the vegetation areas are reminiscent of a wild path that runs through the mountain.
We enhanced the contrast of materials —radiant white concrete in the home and warm-toned stone on the walls— to distinguish between the lightness of common spaces and the protected nature of personal areas.
English patios that introduce the landscape inside without compromising the intimate character of private rooms.