Monasterios House Design by Ramon Esteve

Monasterios House Design by Ramon Esteve

The residence is positioned in a heightened household area, which is covered with the hillside which leads right down to the ocean. This viewpoint represents the path that the walls will observe, within an subjective manner, determining the work. The property is constructed as a compact amount of varying heights, in a style dependant on the primary walls.

Monasterios House Design by Ramon Esteve

The hooking up space of this collection of quantities is accomplished by designing an opening with the courtyards, in the main area of the home. Carrying out a number of open courtyards, protected at its circumference in the kind of atriums, during which one improvements in search of accessibility to the interior and throughout which one acquires various awareness of the property. The sights through the point are intersected and are never disrupted along the modifying sequence, at the conclusion of which, encapsulated between walls of glass, is the lobby. Thus, there’s an strategy that reveals the most contained and intimate face of the property, once inside, to uncover the distant view over the hillside to the sea.

Architect: Ramon Esteve – Photography: Mayte Piera

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