Located in a small Spanish village in Girona, the openings of the house facing north and south – to the north, opposite the old town with cobblestone streets, and south by the pool, garden and landscape.
The floors and shelves tiered yellow Chartreuse allows long views and natural light, but also defines the different areas of the room. The house is designed to align with the north or south of the elements. The house is accessible by two entrances – the first floor entrance of the plant and the lower level of garden ground which is also the car port. The “garage” is a transitional space that blurs the line outdoors, indoors. Between the basement and main floor, the architects have included the intermediate level or floor, which is reserved for recreation and study areas. The depressed area in the center of the house allows you to have a better relationship with the landscape, and the fragmented roof allows natural light to distribute.