VILLA GUADALMINA

VILLA GUADALMINA

Architect
969 ARQUITECTOS
Location
Estepona, Málaga, Spain | View Map
Project Year
2021
Category
Private Houses
Fernando Alda
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
Interior LightingFlos
Facade CladdingSaint-Gobain Weber
ETICS Cladding
AirconditioningMitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US
FlooringMarazzi
Outdoor WindowsAlumilux
SteelIfametal

Product Spec Sheet
Interior Lighting
Facade Cladding
ETICS Cladding by Saint-Gobain Weber
Flooring
by Marazzi
Outdoor Windows
Steel

VILLA GUADALMINA

969 ARQUITECTOS as Architects

House and pool are combined in an exclusive design with a zero energy concept. This project materializes a lifestyle linked to sports and health in a house adapted as a suit tailored to its inhabitants. From the simple design of a clear volume over a swimming pool to the natural materials, the house breathes the natural environment of this Costa del Sol area with maximum energy efficiency.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

The house is composed with a volume supported by two box pieces. This main volume houses supports the night uses, which is why wood is used as the skin, to give it´s interior warmth and intimacy, highlighting it over the white set, which seeks Mediterranean reminiscences.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

The house plays with the spaces that releases this high volume, generating double heights in the lower ground floor space occupied by the living and dining rooms. The access is produced through a portico that is built with a fine white slab that includes the entrance area and a parking space.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

The interior design plays with natural materials such as lime mortar, natural wood, stones and fabrics, always seeking to convey a conjunction with Mediterranean nature. Never lacking in a certain level of sophistication.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

The house is built with Passivhaus philosophy using an envelope with an ETICS insulation system and therefore guaranteeing the absence of thermal bridges, the high performance windows guarantees the sealing of the façade. The double-flow ventilation system with recovery energy its efficiency, which, together with high-efficiency air conditioning, with aerothermal energy and hot water solar pannels, guarantee the maximum energy classification.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

Team:

969 ARQUITECTOS, Architects

Héctor Pérez Jimenez, Project manager

Marina Ortiz Quintas, Landscape

Jose Flores design, Interior design

Illusion, Lighting design

Fernando Alda, Photographer

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

Materials Used:

Facade, ETCS, Weber
Outdoor Windows, Ottima Spain (Alumilux)
Indoor doors, Torinco
Steel, Ifametal
Lighting design, Illusion
Flooring, Marazzi
Ventilation, Siber
Airconditioning, Mitsubitschi
Control, Lutron
Lighting, Flos

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

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