The design of this villa has its origins in a reinterpretation of classical symmetry. It generates a double height porch that reminds of the monumental buildings of classical Rome. This resounding element is covered with a black natural stone, providing the most minimalist effect.
The entrance facade, to the north, is a reflection of the south façade. A double height access door and covered with the same black natural stone gives access to the house. For the rest of the façade, concrete is used, and wooden elements are incorporated to provide warmth.
Water also plays a leading role in both facades, incorporating ponds whose reflection provides a play of light providing movement and serenity.
On the ground floor, kitchen, dining room, living room with double height, a wardrobe and toilet are distributed diaphanously presided over by the staircase of double exempt section, as a sculpture, leading to the first floor gallery.
The first floor is divided into two wings, one with two bedrooms with shared bathroom, and another where the master bedroom with double dressing room and en suite bathroom is located. The wooden gallery serves as a connection between both. A skylight on the staircase illuminates naturally, this incredible atrium