polygonal house








The building is inserted into the plot, adapted to the morphology of the place through a series of courtyards that save the existing pine trees and cut the continuity of the different rooms, a continuos space relate all of them allowing fluid and continuous movement.
The house is closed on itself like a half moon around a central outdoor space which focuses on the views and the south east orientation. On the inside the enclosure is much more transparent than on the outside, where the walls are opaque and the rooms get light through the lattice walls that give privacy to the rooms of the courtyards. This allows solar gain in winter and sun protection in summer by lattices and setbacks. The house is cladded by a continuos limestone, the lattice ads reflection to the house by introducing glazed tiles and glass.