IV House by MESURA in Matola, Spain

Project: IV House
Architects: MESURA
Location: Matola, Spain
Photographs by: Pedro Pegenaute

IV House by MESURA

MESURA has designed the IV House in Matola, Spain. This contemporary dwelling is an ambitious work marked by its long design and construction period. Its design aims to separate the social spaces and the intimate spaces.

IV House, designed by MESURA is an ambitious work marked by its long period of design and building, designed from the location & demand and formalized from its systems & details.

It is located in the countryside around the city of Elche, in a hot and humid climate and barren landscape. The site consists of an existing home in the center of the field, leaving undefined surroundings: bad quality spaces and no exterior-interior relationship.

The first intention will be to limit the exterior spaces through a new built volume generating a triangulation between this, the existing house, and the pool. The intention is to separate the lived spaces of intimate spaces in relation to the climate, solar orientation, visual, topography, and vegetation.

The ingredients introduced into the architectural equation (adding to implementation intentions in place and the response to the program) to IV are the structure, human scale, modulation, and the atmosphere. All these ingredients are embodied through two main systems in place: Walls + Vaults and service packs.

The ultimate ambition of the work is to be able to master every centimeter of the final result. The details that have been achieved after-hours planning and researching the industry, getting define mechanisms, installations views, respect for the existing tree, (both internal and external) carpentry, hardware.



Tags: contemporary, home, house, iv house, matola, mesura, modern, Spain

Author: Fidan Jovanov

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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