Park Villa Sancta Maria
Reorganizing the building site to make full use of south west orientation
Open floor plan living
Loft space living room overlooking the Park Garden
Integrated outdoor spaces, in sun, shade, sheltered from wind
Facade Stucco referring to the chalky soil rich grounds on which the house stands
Cooked wood cladding, extraordinary how by the heating process this fast growing woods are made sustainable like hardwood
Local materials used as shells for garden paths and native garden planting
Material interior finishing, concrete floors, plywood custom made cabinets
Green roof combined with solar panels
Organizing The Building Plot
It all started with positioning the building on the North side of the plot and relocating the entry to the plot to create space on the south west side for gardens and dunes vista
A formal entry to the house is created on this north side where passing the cut out corner of the house which hold the office from were it’s residents catch a glimpse of new visitors or the adjacent road
Using the landscape slope to have a natural lifted ground floor level to oversee the garden where the kitchen is directly connect to the main terrace
In summer days the kitchen is in open connection to the terrace through a 5,5 meter wide opening double sliding door.
The Villa contains an 4,5m high living room and a total open ground floor plan. Organizing, kitchen, living, vestibule, office and facilities.
The basement floor holds and multifunctional room (au pair) or guest room/ office, sauna. The first floor holds 3 bedrooms including bathrooms and dressingroom
Experience Is Everything
Light, sight, openness and luxurious finishing
Having a 23 meter long full living floor hight glass curtain wall on the south west side of the villa, multiple full glass curtain corner windows and multiple skylights makes this house a true light, sight, openness experience.
Interior finishing by clients wishes