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Location: San Antonio de Benagéber, Bétera (Valencia), Spain
Program: Detached single-family home
Perretta’s architectural project in Altos de San Antonio is the architectural solution to accommodate two families with a close relationship between them. The challenge was to compose two different programs, with different needs, in a set of semi-detached houses creating a harmony in the whole.
Hemeroscopium is the place for the Greeks where the sun sets. It is an allusion to a place that only exists in the senses, that moves and yet is a real place. It is delimited by the references of the horizon, by the physical limits, it is defined by the light and it occurs in time.
The resulting ensemble seeks to be a whole, timeless and heterogeneous, that is part of the place and the landscape. Likewise, it is proposed to naturalize the unbuilt spaces and rehabilitate and re-landscape landscaping.
The design of this detached single-family house was commissioned to us by a couple with the dream of retirement living in the middle of nature. The site is characterized by a Mediterranean vegetation typical of the area and includes olive trees, pines, mastic trees and palm hearts on calcareous soils.
Living on one floor implies continuity, articulation, composition, and fragmentation of spaces without losing the unity of the whole. The project of this house works the globality of the plot from its maximum use by its users.
The turquoise sparkles of Cala Talamanca shade the vibrant Mediterranean light that outlines, in the distance, the rocky silhouette of Dalt Vila. This landscape setting is the backdrop that can be seen from Ses Torres and that defines the project of this house in Ibiza.
We were faced with practically a square of just 56 square meters to design this house. It is shaped from a simple linear extrusion up to the third floor where we made a small inclination in the back part, where a terrace with views of the mountain and the castle of Cullera will appear.
The project was born out of a pre-existence, we started from a single-family house where several families lived and we had to reconvert it into a single house with the capacity to host many visits from relatives in the summer months.
Other participants: Francisco J. Guillermo and Jose Luis Pérez (zereprojects)
Photo credits: David Frutos
This is a house that takes position in its place. At PDA we wanted to rethink the need with which many people of this area arrive: obtaining infinite horizontal surfaces with no sense of belonging to the place where they exist when actually most of them present characteristics that allow us to integrate architecture in its surroundings.
Design & Interiors: Igloo Design, Soo Wilkinson and John Grant
Location: Mijas, Malaga, Spain
Area: 916.0 sqm (including terraces and swimming pool)
Project Year: 2020
Photographs: Fernando Alda
The design has been a collaboration between Marion Regitko Architects and UK based designers Soo Wilkinson & John Grant of Igloo Design. Their holistic approach to the interior and exterior spaces of the villa, along with the continuity of materials and finishes has resulted in a seamless flow throughout.
Design Team: Nacho Juan, Clara Cantó, Jose Iborra, Ana Riera, Andrés Herreo, Belén Iglesias, María Mateo
City: Puerto de Sagunto
The project aims to respond to the corner of a block where a continuous elevation, without edges, is offered to be seen from all angles, without prioritizing one view over another. The curve understood as a continuous line becomes the work tool for a house that aims to be part of the environment that surrounds it.
The house is located in a special enclave, surrounded by nature, which is part of a small town in the outskirts of the city of Valladolid. The area is unique because of its proximity to the Esgueva Valley and the Duero Canal so framing the landscape was one of the main objectives of the project.
Jon Dykstra owns an interior design company in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He's fascinated by architecture and interiors. He also enjoys gardening at his "house in the burbs" and "homesteading" at his off-the-grid boat-access cabin.
Combine all that with a love of writing and Homestratsophere.com was born. He balances his working time between running his interior design company, working on his off-the-grid cabin and publishing homestratosphere.com.