July 31st, 2013

(Español) AVANCE DEL REPORTAJE FOTOGRÁFICO DE LA BALCONY HOUSE: EXTERIORES

Today from the architecture studio A-cero, directed by Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares, we want to present you a preview of the photo shoot taken in the Balcony House designed by A-cero. We will soon be devoting new and extensive posts with day, night and interior images of this magnificent house.

This single family house has an area of 952 m2 arranged on 3 levels and seated on an independent plot of 2000 m2 with a prime location in a natural environment, and only 14km from the city center.

SKETCHES

ELEVATIONS

SECTIONS

BASEMENT

In the basement are located the following rooms: a storage room, a lingerie room,a washing-ironing room, a wine cellar, a gym of 72 m2, a Turkish bath, a dressing room, a storage, a toilet and two facilities rooms.

Also as uncovered spaces, the gym features a courtyard of 28 m2.

GROUND FLOOR

On this floor we find both common and private areas. On one hand we place a wardrobe, a toilet, a kitchen of 35 m2 with pantry, a 27 m2 dining room, a 49 m2 living room and a storage room. And, moreover, on this level we can find the 24 m2 master bedroom en-suite with a 20 m2 dressing room and a second bedroom also en-suite of almost 26 m2.

As covered outdoor areas we find a garage for 3 cars, and porches for the access to the house, the living room and the second bedroom.

Finally, a pedestrian access, a road access, a sheet of water, a terrace-solarium and a pool of 54 m2 as uncovered spaces.

FIRST FLOOR

Upstairs we find again a combination of common and private stays. We can locate a lounge, an office, a glass walkway which in turn plays a library function, and two bedroom suites of 26 m2.

In addition, this level has porches for the bedrooms, for the terrace of 18 m2 and for the office.

COVER FLOOR

EXTERIOR IMAGES PREVIEW

We leave this small selection of exterior images (day and night) as a preview to the future article that we will show you soon.

Design, quality and functionality are the three concepts that have marked the road map in the execution of this dwelling entirely clad in travertine marble. Clean lines, flat volumes and unexpected angles define this facade.

 

The living room is finished in black glass integrating it with the outside, where is located an infinity pool with custom furnishings.

The housing lighting highlights the sculptural line design inside and outside.

 

 

Posted in proyectos, viviendas. 6 Comments.
Comments
Comment from Revisión de calderas

Espectaculares diseños.

Comment from Jesús

Este es el tipo de proyectos que al contemplarlo, se dispara el pensamiento y las emociones. Un lugar donde el concepto de vivir debe alcanzar otra dimensión. Donde la libertad y el encuentro diario, debe regalar minuto a minuto el sentido literal del puro privilegio.

Comment from Maria Esther Rodríguez Gómez

UNA MARAVILLA, PRECIOSO DISEÑ0!!! MAGNIFICOS ARQUITECTOS “JOAQUIN Y RAFA” ENHORABUENA, SOIS ESPLÉNDIDOS!!!!!

Comment from Roberto García Álvarez

Impresionante. Cada vez me sorprendéis más . Desde hace muchos años sigo vuestros diseños. A por cierto me gustaría saber donde esta ubicada una casa que habéis hecho en Gijón. En vuestra página aparece en viviendas unifamiliares I . Gracias. Un saludo

Comment from Centro de Gas

El diseño de esta vivienda es increíble, una casa unifamiliar con amplitud en sus estancias, un diseño exterior inmejorable.

Comment from mas info

No habia regresado tu blog por un tiempo, porque me pareció que era denso, pero los últimos posts son de buena calidad, así que supongo que voy a añadirte a mi lista de sitios web cotidiana. Te lo mereces amigo. 🙂

Saludos