A Veil Hous By XPIRAL Architects, In SpainJune 13th, 2011 - Posted in Modern House
This is the latest home design 2011 XPIRAL Architects. Building luxury homes is located in Murcia, Spain. The house is situated in between pine trees, used as an interface between their homes and land. This is a house designed specifically for permanent occupancy. Under the voided area in the mountain, decorated with using that does not require sunlight and the main access to the upper floor. Between access and one for the plot, the shadow area on the outskirts of the cantilever creates exterior spaces, thought as access to a car. The top is the main sticking-shaped stone. South and east of letting the sun and wind in a space occupied. Home center to provide maximum transparency between inside and outside, without any lack of privacy. This house was designed by using a transparent wall so that at night when the lights lit the whole room into one space a harmonious unity. Steel cover wraps look like a veil that protect us from the weather and scenery of the aggression of others, and allows us to see the view out onto the swimming pool. In addition, in the sunniest areas, there is a solarium and a modern pool getting sun exposition more balanced and better views.
The location of the structure defining the geometry of the house drafty room with a shadow under the cantilever, where conditions are optimal, even on the hottest days. Forests are home park. In development, we use natural materials that link the house with the environment, like a stone from the plots that are used as raw materials for the work-stone retaining walls, vegetation is used as construction materials, while the external pavement quality using natural wood. This house was built strategic location, with the creation of nature. The swimming pool is modern and spacious add splendor of this house. Design modern interior designed by XPIRAL, given the uniqueness of its own in view of this house. The sun is filtered by the system of mobile bar and a glass of selective “hot-mirror” type. This house uses cross-ventilation design, whose goal is to minimize the occurrence of leakage of heating or air conditioning.
Photographs: Juan de la Cruz Megías & Jesus Granada