Dec 31, 2018 / Architecture
Housing between Homes by Alberto Facundo Arquitecto

Housing between Homes is a minimalist residence located in Valencia, Spain, designed by Alberto Facundo Arquitecto. This project is the result of integrating all the diurnal needs into the same space, reserving the closed space for the bedrooms. A storage system gives meaning to each of the environments, acting as a filter for this sectorization. The design of the exterior gaps manages to enhance the views of the park, closing to the public road. The design of the rejería and the defenses, allows to control the sunlight, the cross ventilation of the house and the views towards the outside. The strategic placement of the storage modules allows a clear reading of the space and offers privacy in its transversal sense avoiding direct visuals towards the night area. The materials are the result of working from white to black, going through a gray scale that harmonizes as a whole and enhances the natural wood of the pavement. A house between homes, by contrast, by its concept and simplicity.

Photography by Germán Cabo