In one of Madrid’s most elite developments, La Moraleja, we built a home measuring more than 1,000 m² with views of the second hole of the development’s golf course. The intention was to use a maximum of three materials –concrete, stainless steel, and African Wenge wood– in the main bedroom, bathroom, and walk-in closets to accentuate the avant-garde design.

The home was built for a contemporary art collector; therefore, the walls had to be designed to accommodate large paintings and to delimit a living room/dining room/kitchen area that would be open and span two stories. Said space features extensive glass with views to the golf course and the terrace, which has Ibizan flair and features white concrete floors and a playful feel: palm trees, pergolas, a “chill out” relaxation space, etc. In the middle of the terrace, there is a large, glass-bottom pool that helps to illuminate the area just below it – an area with a fitness center, spa, and the winter pool.

The lower floor also has a leisure area (bar, pool table, etc.) and a large home cinema that is completely soundproof. Likewise, a large garage was built as the owner has a valuable collection of classic cars.

The home’s design was inspired by Arabic architecture: there is a blind access area protected by a curved false façade made in concrete, and the opposite façade, towards the home’s interior, is formed by  two-story partitions that face the terrace and golf course.

This building is energy efficient and aerothermics and radiant floors were used throughout, with the support of air conditioning due to the large panes of glass facing the south. Like many of our homes, this one has been featured in a wide array of architecture magazines and it has also appeared on several television programs.

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