Living on one floor implies continuity and fragmentation of spaces without losing the unity of the whole. The house articulates its wide plan program and it is the section that qualifies and defines the different interior and exterior spaces, establishing transitions between them with limits more than diffuse, almost non-existent. Matter, geometry and space work in harmony and, at the same time, their relationships constantly vary, giving rise to very diverse spaces, designed according to the needs of the inhabitant. Freedom and privacy are understood to achieve the initially established objectives.
Nacho Juan, Clara Cantó, Jose Iborra
Ana Riera, Belén Iglesias, Andrés Herrero, María Mateo
Puerto de Sagunto 46520, Valencia, Spain