Casa El Azahar
The client had envisaged a house with several areas disconnected from each other; floors that could be separated from the rest, even at the level of installations, depending on the number of guests. A flexible space with open spaces and vast terraces, something zen and mineral.
The mineral aspect was achieved by using limestone floors (Sierra Elvira) from a quarry of the region, which were of similar colour and texture of the grey stones used on the exterior walls.
Because the client lived in Japan, the zen aspect was essential when defining the interior design. We obtained this with a homogenous set of chestnut wood that was used for the panels, cupboards and bathrooms creating a contrast between the warmth of the wood and the earthness of the floor.
In the main living area a vast stone fireplace is the striking feature and on the side just opposite, sits an Arclinea kitchen in stainless steel, giving an industrial touch to the whole space.
The relevance of the terraces must be pointed out, which get converted into dining room, living room, BBQ area and infinity pool in order to enjoy the stunning views to the Mediterranean sea in summer.