Designed with an in/out concept, the experiences of the project offer so many feelings. A design that is daring, pure and geometric, all at the same time; and with water as the main element.
From the street, the side facades of large plaques of Travertine leave no space for the imagination, being totally demure about what they keep behind them. The main facade is a perfect formula of visual stimuli, denying almost completely the views towards the inside.
In the first level, the garage generates a roof, exploited to create an inaccessible green terrace. This is surrounded by the access.
The gate, with the same aesthetic of the superior steel structure, opens up to a partially covered passage, and surprises are now in charge of the water. A great fountain surrounded by vegetation, with a superb aluminum sculpture by Paula Senderowicz dominates the scene.
Continuing, we can go out to the back garden, where we will be received by the other two mirrors of water that the house possesses: the pool and the lake. Both are enjoyable from the huge and partially covered gallery that frames them.
But we chose not to finish this journey and enter the house through the great wooden door. The dining room is covered by wood and a big Arabescato marble mural that seems to continue in the dining table that is placed near it. On the opposite front, the living room, the black stone was chosen to host two bio households. There is no visual separation between this room and the exterior, only glass doors.
Also faced with the central patio, an everyday space integrates the kitchen, the dining area and family room. The daily-dining room is the nexus, and the family occupies the main space.
A wooden staircase with a tempered glass railing connects the social area with the intimate one, where two guest suites are developed, each one with a bath and closet; an also complete junior suite and finally, a master suite, with double bathroom, two dressing rooms and intimate areas. A great central space is used for multiple activities, such as gym, gaming and reading area.
The two guest suites are faced towards the front of the house, while the other two towards the lake that can be appreciated from a terraced expansion.
In rear facade, the house changes its attitude with respect to opening to the outside. Fully glazed, the interior and the exterior are enjoyed simultaneously.