Large family house in Pinoso (Alicante)
In many villages in the interior is custom that a family built a House prepared leaving the upper floor for future expansion of single-family housing. In this way, when the family grows, there are an entire additional floor to enjoy it as a separate dwelling.
This project started from a superior raw plant, closed in its perimeter by walls of brick and without any partition that knock down. A real blank canvas to distribute a new home to suit the client.
Location: Pinoso, Alicante, España
Program: Ampliación de vivienda unifamiliar
Intervention area: 150 m²
Ideas project: Araque Maqueda Construcción
The main preference of the owners was the expansion of housing to retain a rusticstyle. From the entrance to the building was redesigned the porch with a covering of existing structure using wooden polyurethane false beams, a plating of the existing pillars with natural stone, rustic ceramic flooring and a forge for the stair railing.
The choice of this handrail wrought iron floor contrasts with the minimalist license of the whole project on the upper floor: a fully transparent handrail with thick safetyglass. The sweeping views over the town of Pinoso amply deserved it.
The expansion of housing has on the top floor with a great terrace with room to spare for a built-in barbecue a cooking in cast iron.
The main areas of the House open to this space through large windows, so framesthat would ensure a good thermal insulation were chosen: French doors from PVC imitation wood and safety glass with hollow.
The kitchen was designed respecting the predominant rustic style. It only with the same porcelain imitation wood throughout the House, is furnished with doors in walnut, bench and granite skirting board finish and alicató with aged hydraulic tile.
Stay the same simple, cozy, main bedroom includes a dressing room opened insideof the. A lightweight partition independent both applications while maintaining the fluidity of space.
Baths integrate elements and health of more modern style in the rustic decor of thewhole, trying to combine them more balanced as possible.
The warmth of this home is not only visual. The expansion of housing took advantage to incorporate a network of under-floor heating in the entire floor with thermostats throughout all rooms. An ideal system to distribute heat efficiently and homogeneous.
One of the maxims of the interior design to generate balanced and welcoming environments is the combination of the minimum of finishing in all housing materials. The stone and wood are present from the outside to the inside. This time the ownersdared even with the use of the same veneer of natural stone used in the facade tocover the main hall.
Special care was paid to step between the kitchen and the dining room through a sliding door embedded in the wall. Floor to ceiling design make sure the door is completely hidden within the stone wall making pass more fluid between two stays.
We leave you with a small sample of this transitional space and external wood work detail.