Volumetric sobriety, peculiar geometry, and interior-exterior connections define this one-of-a-kind residential project. A house suspended from the steep hillside of a small mountain located off Barcelonas coastline, the Maresme, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by thick vegetation.
The house comprises of two entities, both facing south and both facing the views. The floorplan opens itself with massive glass windows that visually lean the spaces over the sea, and allow natural daylight access.
The project had to overcome the challenges that the steep hillside created, and seized the opportunity to divide the house into a day and night friendly atmosphere. The kitchen, living room and dining room are located in the upper floor, opening themselves to the outdoor terrace and the swimming pool, which are also southern facing, and receive the beautiful sunset.
The lower space floor houses the main bedroom, a dressing room, and a spacious master bathroom, along with the rest of the bedrooms, which all connect with the visual created by the surrounding glass windows of the connection between the mountain and the sea.
The interior space builds on the home loving atmosphere created by the space's natural sunlight, and the nature around it. A project that commits to the formal beauty of design, and the functional logic behind its organization.