One of the main lines that were followed to undertake the reform was to highlight to the maximum the magnificent views of the valley and the mountain range to which the house overlooks, opening large windows on all the facades, which ensure that feeling of being outside and inside at the same time. One of the construction elements that attract the most attention is the entrance, a key point that is given importance by producing a double-height with a large window in the staircase that floods the interior with light.
Apart from these construction details that define the house, the interior designer opted for neutral tones and natural materials to create the atmosphere of a comfortable and cozy house, perfect for receiving family and friends and for disconnecting from the city. In it, wood and the combination of personal furniture and natural finishes are key to producing that feeling that one is safe as if it were a refuge.
The openings in the façade have been optimized to provide the interior with maximum natural light. In the east orientation, the porch is intended, intentionally placing it there to prioritize the views of the south side that open from the living room.
Architecture and interior design go hand in hand in this single-family home. The consequence is the result of a good project that has been worked on down to the smallest detail, leaving nothing to chance. The architect of the project, the teamwork, and the good work of both, have made the objectives the same, and that they are correctly integrated into the project, assures the interior designer. Both have been joined by the basic objective of the reform -which was to make the existing construction habitable with a modern and very careful design.