One of the most striking features of the interior is the use of oversized floor lamps in shaping the ambiance of the living area. The ground floor of the villa contains the living room that is enlivened by bright pops of red a dramatic dining area and a state-of-the-art contemporary kitchen in white with an expansive island at its heart.
The house itself is comprised of three one-story wedge-shaped concrete volumes that serve as the carport living area and the private sleeping quarters. Spread across the main floor of the living volume contains the studio family room kitchen dining room living space home office and master suite while an additional level below it features the guest rooms and a home gym.
The small town of is often popular among travel enthusiasts as the southernmost point of the European mainland. Ancient Roman ruins still stand tall in this scenic part of Cadiz and often are as much a source of historic facts as many unsubstantiated myths and legends.
Featuring of living space the scenic backdrop and the lovely garden that surrounds the villa rope you in with their elegant charm. Renovated recently the Anglo-Norman-style home welcomes you with an interior that is draped in a neutral color palette and has a touch of Scandinavian influence.
The house uses some conceptual premises as defining elements such as a large podium in contrast to the steep terrain. The elevated views over the natural environment change the perception of the environment as the water feature visually merges with the sea. In this way the archetypal images of the island are assimilated and reinterpreted retaining their language and proving timeless. Time seems to just stop when you gaze out the windows.