Impluvium Minora House

Impluvium Minora House

CU4 Arquitectura
Alboraya, Valencia, Spain
Project Year
Private Houses
Daniel Rueda

Impluvium Minora House

CU4 Arquitectura as Architects

This small house is articulated around an open patio conceived as the center of the house. As in the Roman domus, the atrium nourishes all rooms with air and light. This also allows the expansion of housing, enhancing internal-external relations.


It has a garage on the ground floor and a hall where the staircase is located. On the first floor, the housing program is developed, consisting of a living-dining room-kitchen that leads to the street and an interior patio, and a bedroom with ventilation and lighting through the patio.


The facade of the house is completely redesigned, although maintaining the classic materials of a single family home belonging to a small population.


Material Used :

1. Schotten wood

2. Cocinas ob

3. Metaltek

4. Cole and son wallpapers

5. Pladur

Project team
Product Specifications
OB CocinasManufacturers
Schotten & WoodManufacturers
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