Perfectly integrated in the luxury area of Sotogrande, this villa is conceived as a modern architecture project where contrasts predominate. In one side, white and depurated volumes grant this house a vanguardist profile; on the other, a natural stone base that provides this house with a carefully Mediterranean warmth.
The first perception of this home is the main access where a great central volume frames the main facade and invites its visitors to discover the inside of the building. Perfect details, nobility in the materials, diaphanous spaces, double heights and a rigorous control of natural light, reflect what you can feel from the outside: a perfect balance between beauty and functionality.
The building is closed on both sides to achieve maximum privacy. A set of volumes slides over the first floor to compose the front face that opens up to the garden and the pool. Those volumes have been designed to create the best views and some spaces protected from direct light; areas with shadows where the limits between inside and outside areas are blurried.