Today, the A-cero architecture studio, directed by Joaquín Torres, wants to show you a new A-cero Tech propety located in Cadiz, Spain. On a rectangular plot with 417 m2 surface and a little inclination North-South direction, we’ve built this dwelling structured in two levels: low floor and high floor.
On the low floor we findd the living-dining room, kitchen, laundry, one bedroom and a bathroom. Upstairs, another bedroom, bath and the main bedroom with its own bathroom. The hall gives access to the dwelling and links with the living room and the corridor, allowing the entrance to the kitchen.
The property has two different zones divided by an imaginary axis orientated Northeast-Southwest. One is the private zone of the property and the other one is used as a complement. The first has great opennings for a better use of the light, and with access to the terrace from the living-dining room and the bedrooms. On its opposite, appears the common stances like baths, laundry or kitchen, with little apertures that limit the relationship between interior and exterior.
The interior design looks for wide and luminous spaces where the natural light is the main character in this dwelling thanks to the white color. The fusion between interior and exterior spaces on the private stances is defined by the great windows and superior terraces, but also searching everytime the connection of every complementary spaces.