007 / 2009
The house is located at the end of an agricultural plot, in a “naturally artificial” setting. The program of this house is organised and structured by two dry stone walls like those that configure the terraces.
PHASE: completed, 2009
SITE: Aras de los Olmos, Valencia, Spain
GROSS FLOOR AREA: 210 m2 (10.563 m2)
ARCHITECTS: Ana Ábalos, Pablo Llopis
ST ENGINEER: TEMCCO Sistemas y Estructuras
INTERIOR DESIGN: Juan Antonio Pascual
CONTRACTOR: Cooperativa San Gregorio
PHOTOGRAPHY: Juan Antonio Pascual
The home is organised and structured by two dry stone walls. One runs parallel to the natural layout of the agricultural plots, limiting and differentiating the space, open to the plot, a lengthy volume that contains the bedroom area, a quiet area, more related to the adjoining grape vines. The other, perpendicular to the first, is configured as a vital nucleus, around which daily living occurs.