Villa AQWA is a balance between modern style and traditional exterior and interior design.
A distinctive element of this villa is the use of stone as a means of decoration- a traditional material in the Mediterranean.
Land: 19,660 m²
Construction: 1,685 m²
Living room: 1
Dining room: 2
Kitchen: Open kitchen
CONTEMPORARY MEDITERRANEAN DESIGN
The privilege of living on the Mediterranean coast is accentuated by the contemporary design of the villa. The traditional architectural elements are distinctly Mediterranean with special attention and care paid to the orientation, the elements that protect from the sun, such as slats, the white colours chosen for the materials, the terraces facing north and south and the relationship between indoors and outdoors. The façade has large, light overhangs that configure the spaces and transform the central part of the house into a traditional Mediterranean patio and create spaces filled with shade and light in front of the home.The stonework and local vegetation are also key aspects of the project, reducing the building’s climate footprint.
On the ground floor: entrance-reception area, lounge, dining room, kitchen, office or child’s play area and guest bathroom.
On the first floor: a living room, three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms in each and in the main room, the bathroom has a terrace.
In the basement: apart from a bedroom and independent service area, the project contemplates an indoor swimming pool, a gym, changing rooms, cellar and cinema. There is also an installations zone.
Outdoor swimming pool with beach area.
Garden formed by vegetation from the natural and cultural environment of the Mediterranean plus a few exotic touches. Shrub vegetation on the perimeter to close off the plot. Plants selected for their low consumption and low maintenance requirements.
Outside the building there is a covered and uncovered terrace, for winter and summer, all surrounded by a garden with Mediterranean plants.
There are 5 parking places.