The majestic elegance of this villa located in Sotogrande, is given by an imposing composition of pure volumes, which are conscientiously closed in three of their faces in order to provide privacy to the house and are widely opened towards the garden and the landscape.
Up to date aesthetics based on classicist postulates, setting as a result a perfect balance between tradition and modernity and an exclusive contemporary dimension.
The layout of the project, specially designed for a mediterranean lifestyle, allows the house can be opened and breath day and night, and allows to be inside while being outside, thank to the massive and pilar clear covered terraces.
The outside of the house is clearly defined by horizontal lines and great roof extensiones that frame the facade with pure and depurated shapes. The light reflects the whites and transmits calm and serenity. Inside, the great cristal facades let the house gets flooded with a comfortable light that enters perfectly controlled by the horizontal volumes of the balconies. This duality balances the relationship between the inside and the outside of the house.
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.
This sunrise facing luxury mansión, located in the best and the highest point of Sotogrande Valley, is planned to be built this year and it is part of the collection of seven exquisite homes exclusively designed by international architecture offices. All set within a Jean Mus landscape at the heart of Andalusia, overlooking the Mediterranean.
This project sits on top of one of Marbella’s most exclusive areas and follows the landscape’s natural contours. On this occasion, the design process was very specific, given the fact that there was an existing structure and the conception of volumes and the layout were adapted to the subsisting construction.