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Spanish House Design – dwelling as a ‘programmed space’

This Spanish house design in Granada, Spain by architect Francisco J. del Corral del Campo is an interesting mix of minimalism and modernity. This contemporary style house features a facade of white with natural wood volumes at each end, supported by “legs.” This stilt house incorporates outdoor entertaining areas as part of its plan, inviting the warm Spanish sun and sea breeze inside. Like the exterior, minimalist interiors feature a contemporary palette of while with warm wood finishing floors and the staircase leading up to the second level. Shared by two families, this rural home is a thoughtful design that works. According to the architects, “We would like to show a contemporary way of living of two families with children. We consider the dwelling as a ‘programmed space’ which shows its contrasted uses thanks to different volumes inside a continuous perimeter or ‘belt’.” Francisco J. del Corral del Campo
via Plusmood
photo credit: Javier Callejas Sevilla
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