Trendy two-storey residence designed in 2013 by Camacho Macia Architects located in Monteprincipe, Madrid, Spain.
Description by Camacho Macia Architects The proposal for this residence is resolved by producing particular volumes for the totally different purposes of housing and workplace, with out breaking down the unity of the ensuing structure. The venture aimed to realize a dynamic area in shut relation to the prevailing plot’s potential, by way of the existence of timber that provide nice pure worth. Area is generated with a helicoid motion round a vertical core, rising at common ranges which are decidedly open to exterior contiguous locations, and creating new areas resembling a backyard, swimming pool and viewpoints. There are 4 foremost areas the place the openings are concentrated and views correspond with 9 centennial oak timber. These areas are outlined by giant glazed openings, utilizing oak as an efficient component of photo voltaic attenuation, and offering nice visible gaps. Glass openings, staggered primarily on the south aspect, generate heat from the solar in winter and supply autoshading in summer time. Enclosures are outfitted with a excessive thermal inertia, which, along with the convenience of cross-air flow, make for power-environment friendly structure. Collected rainwater can also be saved in a big cistern buried for irrigation use. Go to Camacho Macia Architects