Minimal Studio shows us one of its latest architecture projects, a house integrated into the landscape, prolonging the chromatic earthiness with the native Mediterranean vegetation. The studio explains us the development,
Stone, wood and concrete blend together and form a single monolithic element as a dwelling. Three natural connected elements, with their differences, their own imperfections and qualities.
Connecting with each other, they give up their specific role to a common aesthetic purpose, enveloping the user of the home with a Mediterranean aesthetic and aura, prolonging the visual aesthetic connection between the interior and exterior of the home.
The home is integrated into the landscape, prolonging the chromatic earthiness with the native Mediterranean vegetation. Where the natural projection of light takes on a fundamental role in the setting and characterization of all the elements and interior cladding that make up the house.
Design & Project Management: Juan David Martínez Jofre
Copyright: Art Sánchez Photo
Source: Minimal Studio
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