Welcome to our gallery highlighting the immaculate contemporary Residencia PM Project by Spagnuolo Architecture.
The defining concept for this home was the building placement, forming an “L” shape on the terrain, which created a patio to integrate the social and private spaces of the home. Natural light is allowed to spill throughout the indoor and outdoor areas.
Sliding wall panels inside the home provide flexibility and spacial integration, while sunlight and ventilation enters through large glass panels and roof openings. On the living room, six meter tall pivot glass doors blend the space with the swimming pool and garden area.
Concrete columns throughout support the light roof over wide spans, giving an appearance of floating upon the landscape. Sliding window panels allow the owners to control the amount of natural light entering the home. The entire building conveys textures of local materials, including stone and wood, in harmony with modern concrete. The atmosphere is firmly warm and contemporary.
Exterior spotlights and visible interior lights in the high rise living room announce the home’s bold presence in this neighborhood.
The lengthy wraparound wood patio contrasts with white concrete and stone walls, mirroring the wood planks seen in the floating ceiling far above.
The singular stone brick wall floating in front of the glass wrapped home adds a layer of textural interest, contrasting with the sleek shape of the building.
Moving inside, we see the massive living room, a prominent piece of the home. Ultra-lengthy sectional stands across from marble shelving, created parallel lines in this space.
On the side connecting with the patio, we see the giant glass pivot doors, fully opened here to blend the interior with the outdoors.
With a head-on view, we can see the full height of the pivot panels looming over the room. The low, single piece wood table at right is part of a motif seen throughout the home.
Viewed from outside, we see the greenery framing the windows, meshing this modern look home with its environment.
This lengthy marble staircase leads up and away from the grand living room.
The dining room, connected to the main living room, holds a large single-piece wood dining table surrounding by black modernist chairs. The room is lit via series of conical pendant lights in black.
The dining room is defined by large wall mounted art pieces and the lengthy natural wood table, a theme seen already in the living room.
Symmetry is important in this home’s design. A large cutout on the left wall allows space for artwork.
The open design kitchen space features another example of the large single piece wooden tables seen throughout the home, this time as a dining extension of the kitchen counter.
The interior in this space is opened entirely to the pool and patio area, with a wicker sectional marking the divide.
Here’s a second view of the main marble staircase, neatly bisecting the home.
The lengthy marble shelf running the length of the living room holds this small cubby for firewood, another unique touch in the home.
The full height glass and elevated, “floating” ceiling in the grand room create a sense of outdoors comfort, and add a striking look to the home.
Seen from above, the sprawling living room glows with expanses of concrete, marble, and grey fabrics beneath the constellation of recessed lighting.
With this high angle, we can see the vast interplay between indoors and outdoor spaces, with another single-piece natural wood table tying the home together.
The L-shape of the home wraps this luxurious pool area and extensive patio. We see the kitchen and relaxing indoor space at right, fully open to the outdoors.
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