It is Grazalema mountain range the one that creates a wall to high humidity winds coming from Atlantic Ocean. Because of that, in this part of the south of Spain there is one of the highest rainfall index from Iberian peninsula. Climatology from Subbetica mountain range draws the proposal placed in a large plot where you can see the landscape from Sierra Nevada to African coast.
▼建筑融于地形，纵览无穷景观，the house merges into landscape, with a broad view of scenery
The project consists on a house with a large surface area, almost like a small village that seeks to reduce its presence in the natural environment away from white architectures from vernacular populations and approaching karstic phenomena, such as caves and gorges that have been carved by rain and time in shades of grey stones that exist in the area. The project is understood as a geological landscape surrounded by cork and holm oak as happens in the nearby cave of the two doors.
▼建筑立面采用灰色石材，与环境相呼应，grey stone is used on the facade, responding to the natural environment
To reduce the impact on landscape it is used a system of aggregation, that by repeating a single piece sets seven different outdoor spaces, each one of them reflects a part of a privileged environment, generating a sequence of human landscapes that are blurred between vegetation producing limitless fiction.
▼总平面图，重复的形式创造出七个花园，site plan, repeated pieces create seven gardens
▼地下层平面图，basement floor plan
▼一层平面图，ground floor plan
▼二层平面图，first floor plan
▼三层平面图，second floor plan
ARCHITECTURE: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
Principal in Charge: Fran Silvestre
Project Architect: Maria Masià, David Sastre, Estefania Soriano, Sevak Asatrián, Álvaro Olivares, Esther Sanchís, Eduardo Sancho, Vicente Picó, Diego Civera
Collaborating Architect: Fran Ayala, Ángel Fito, Pablo Camarasa, Sandra Insa, Santiago Dueña, Ricardo Candela, Rubén March, José Manuel Arnao
Drawings: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
English text: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
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