House in Monasterios by Ramon Esteve in Valencia, Spain

Project: House in Monasterios
Architects: Ramon Esteve
Location: Puzol, Valencia, Spain
Area: 15,510 sq ft
Photographs by: Mayte Piera

House in Monasterios by Ramon Esteve

The House in Monasterios is a picture perfect residence located near the Mediterranean sea on the Spanish coast in Puzol, Valencia.
It was designed by Ramon Estevea Spanish studio that made an appearance on our site very recently with their Sardinera House project, yet another amazing luxurious residence.

The House in Monasterios is constructed by a series of connecting volumes, some of varying heights, but all of them with strong defining stone walls. To make it even better, floor-to-ceiling windows give some natural light love to the interior.

The Monasterios House is located in a residential area, in the town of Puzol. The plot is situated in an elevated location which is dominated by the hillside that slopes down to the sea.


With the objective to take advantage of the plots’ visual, a few stone walls that define the project, in an abstract manner, in that direction are created. The housing is structured as a series of volumes of different heights, in which the geometry adapts to the pace that are marked by the main walls.


This project restores the roman scheme by which, the house is structured around a patio. In this particular case, there are three consecutive patios embracing the access to articulate the program, by dividing the house into a day and night zone.


The stone planes are covered with white concrete slabs that are closed by membranes made of glass and wood which configure the different rooms, giving rise to a clear horizontality in the conception of the project. The counterpoint is marked by two wooden fireplaces that emerge above the property line.

“A set of porches, which protect the main rooms, advance to the edge of the pool, allowing the house to be reflected in the water and giving it a more theatrical aspect.”


“These volumes are articulated by the series of patios, covered in its perimeter in the style of atriums. These openings define the access to the interior of the house and in turn they will allow the rooms to have access to this path, obtaining different perceptions of the space”.


The exterior space lightings generate a theatrical atmosphere, enhancing at the same time the texture of the different materials that coexist in harmony in this house.
The porches get different reflections by the nearby mass of water of the swimming pool, which creates an effect of a space enlargement.

The program is organized around the patios, located in the center of the house, and it emphasizes the provision of the volumes seen from the outside.


The materiality is reduced to a set of combinations between stone, concrete, wood and glass. Among the great defining walls, the space is enclosed by large glass panels protected by removable wooden platforms, which regulate the level of closure of each piece.
In the interior spaces, in which the natural lighting plays a fundamental role, it appears that the stone harmonizes when combining it with the wood.

Ramon Esteve


Tags: exterior, interior, Luxurious, luxury, pool, Ramon Esteve, Spain, swimming, Valencia, villa

Author: Fidan Jovanov


A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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