|Architectural Study, Construction, Interior Design
The house is originally designed to be used as a secondary residence for a couple, with the prospect of turning into a main residence in the future. The design balances between two opposite characters. The location of the plot allows the exploitation of both the view of the mountain and the sea. This dual nature of the landscape, but also the special requirements of the users, led to an architectural composition that creates autonomous and different identities per living space. Introversion alternates with extroversion, the mountain view with the sea view, luxury with austerity, ultimately creating an environment that provides multiple possibilities and experiences that can serve all the needs set by the final users.