Fantastic Family Haven in a Non-urban Area of Spain
This home is the weekend break refuge of the family of 4, although they are planning of making this their primary residence soon. It is situated in the town associated with Corroios, Italy, on the top of the gentle incline and encircled by crazy vegetation.
In 2015, the architectural firm CSAA, light emitting diode by its professionals Sofia Saraiva and Vasco Cabral, got right down to work and designed this fabulous residence that today has 3 well-defined functional areas, a social area, a service area and an exclusive area. All this was appropriately designed to suit within a 240 square meter space.
In terms of idea, it was designed to create a house with city interior functions and surface finishes, which could become integrated into the particular rural and much more traditional framework of the countryside area by which it is situated.
Designed to become a single-story house, it enables a relaxed and peaceful coexistence using the environment by which it is situated, and that is derived from the particular privileged romantic relationship between the indoor and the outdoor.
The L-shaped volumetric agreement allows the particular separation associated with outdoor places, organizing this according to the level of privacy preferred in the house.
To the east part of the house, close to the entry, from the outside, the covered region was created prior to the home. This enables the car parking of vehicles and, since it is a more uncovered area, it offers a much less private sensation to it.