This house, designed by “González Morgado Arquitectura” + “Estudio T10” interprets the traditional architecture of the area from an avant-garde point of view, to create a space that seeks a continuous and free-flowing spatiality as an exaltation of the aesthetic experience created by the architectural stroll through the home.
The building is divided into two floors and combines cement and stone surfaces in their warmer colors with large areas in pure white, wood, glass, and metal profiles.
Thus, the first floor is entirely covered with the look of warm cement in URBATEK – PORCELANOSA Grupo’s porcelain tiles. And on top in the second floor, a white, ethereal, and light volume overlaps, holding the night area.
Outside, the volumes that shape the facade and the dividing walls are drafted from modular cuts that use the large graphics of the XLIGHT CONCRETE large-format and thin porcelain tiles to create a marked dynamism. The access doors, lintels, and planter are integrated, among other details, taking advantage of the adaptability of the material.
Indoors, the ground floor concentrates the day program, kitchen, living and dining room, and corridors that are unified with the CONCRETE large-format porcelain floor in Beige color, as well as the stairs to the top floor, bedrooms, bathrooms, and terrace. In these last areas, the non-slip finish for outdoor and water areas is used.