022 / 2007
Organising a continuous space in the most concise way possible. A single prismatic volume with two incisions that articulate the different pieces around the main space, the kitchen, dining and living room.
PHASE: completed, 2009
SITE: Torre de Portacoeli, Valencia, Spain
GROSS FLOOR AREA: 205 m2
BUDGET: 128.232,75 euros
ARCHITECTS: Ana Ábalos, Pablo Llopis
CT ENGINEER: Miguel Monteagudo
ST ENGINEER: TEMCCO Sistemas y Estructuras
SV ENGINEER: INAVI Project & Service engineering
CONTRACTOR: Construcciones Rafael Sierra
The incisions form two patios: one separates the entrance and study from the living/dining room, and the other gives independence to the main bedroom form the remaining ones. These patios, through light and vegetation, bring the plot of land into the home, qualifying the interior spaces.The home gives off the appearance of a discrete size, with a marked horizontal component that discovers itself along the length of the plot, until it reaches the terrace, which connects the main space in the building with the outside space of the swimming pool.