This home is defined by the concept of large diaphanous spaces
This single-family house, boasting a formidable interior, comprises three areas joined by courtyards that run from the ground floor all the way to the top of the house and separate the rooms. This home is defined by the concept of large diaphanous spaces that flow from one to another, creating continuity between rooms and a powerful internal visual connection.
Grespania’s Nexo series has been used in these spaces; this is a large-format technical porcelain floor tile with a polished finish that helps integrate the different spaces, opening them up and linking them with the eastern side of the plot. The paving on this side of the plot uses the same tiles as the interior but with a finished relief, the technical features thus making it suitable for outdoor areas.
As for the interior design of this house, what really stands out is the integrated kitchen design, where everything is hidden, giving a more expansive feel. Another notable feature is a made-to-measure integrated bathroom-dressing room, where the furniture is suspended over the bath. The room primarily uses natural lighting, backed up by an integrated system that appears to radiate from the ceiling itself.
In both cases, just as in the rest of the house, the Nexo porcelain floor tile has been used, thus giving continuity to the sense of spaciousness that the entire project transmits.
This is a minimalist design for practical people.