Exclusive houses, located in the middle of nature and overlooking the sea, very often interest our readers. Today let's discuss the striking, original exterior and interior design by Ramon Coz + Benjamin Ortiz. Its location is spectacular: the seaside on one side and the green area on the other.
The façade is almost entirely occupied by large expanses of glass.
Judging by the surrounding landscape, the architects just couldn't cover up such beauty with walls.
The residence has an open floor plan. All rooms have double glazed sliding doors. They allow the room to fully open up to the fresh sea air.
Interior cozy bedrooms very peaceful. This welcoming and restful environment is created by the beautiful view and the use of warm and natural tones in the palette.
The house stands on a sloping surface, but it did not hinder, but even helped to create an unusual design. The entrance is on the side. The porch has a spacious terrace with sofas and a coffee table. It's covered from the sun with a canopy that looks very interesting and creative.
Inside you can feel the atmosphere of comfort and freedom. The rooms are connected by corridors where shades of white walls, light and caramel wood are perfectly combined.
Living room with Decorative fireplace Incredibly elegant and luxurious. This is a merit of both the stylish furnishings and the natural light.
The second room is almost completely surrounded by glass walls. Here the amazing outlook is not limited by anything.
The front was created from wood, concrete and glass. It looks organic and appropriate in front of nature.
The entire interior is designed in perfect harmony with the local landscape. Here you will see only necessary and practical household items. Even a glossy table complements the overall ambiance.
Into the furnishings wonderfully fit beautiful stairs to the second floor.
Sophisticated light colors are complemented by sunlight.
The grand facade, open floor plan allowed to create a spirit of chic and comfort in the house. Surrounded by the sea and beautiful nature, this home is even more luxurious.
Photo: Sergio Pirrone.