Located in Chiva, Spain, this contemporary residence surrounded by nature was designed in 2014 by Ramon Esteve Estudio.The aim of the proposal is the creation of different outdoor areas linked to the rooms inside, according to their level of privacy. Each room is differently high according to its use and spreads its program on a single level, except for the bedrooms’ bay.2 big stone walls protect the access. While the visitor comes in, the space becomes more permeable, allowing glances to the garden with the pool through the lattice of the barbecue veranda. The interior design is based on the concepts of simplicity, noble materials, chromatic harmony and fluent visual connexion with the external nature. The volumes containing the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, however independents, are visually linked because of their position, making the house wider and more transparent. The other 2 volumes host the main bedroom, 2 bedrooms on the lower floor and a studio on the upper floor. A continuous veranda enlarge the rooms, generating outdoor areas that open and extend the rooms.
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