Vivienda Mont Ras
Mont-Ras, Girona, Spain (Es)
architect: Marta Garcia Orte
This contemporary single-home was completed in 2009, designed by architect Marta Garcia-Orte working with Antonio Zamora, principal of Zamagni Zamora a for a family. Located in Mont – Ras, a district of Palafrugell, a city in the northeast of Catalonia, Spain. The design concept of this house is a natural stone design ideas aimed at getting the proper integration with the surrounding forest and river combined with local cultural and social traditions. The natural stone design ideas shows the appearance of the entire house exterior design of the model in the composition of natural stone without the use of paint, just paint used to coat the interior of giving out the beauty of the room. The beauty of the exterior colors are taken directly from the color of the natural stone designs. This natural stone design ideas creates a modern concept that is designed with a natural appearance, giving a living space that does not change the beautiful natural scenery around it. On the terrace of the house provided a place to enjoy a relaxing environment, but while enjoying the beauty of the surrounding environment, this design is able to provide a beautiful view of the design of the stone that looks unique but very charming. The concept of natural stone contemporary house has something wonderful in the interior life. The interior is designed with a white coating that creates an impression of peace and quiet in the mix with some black on the interior as well as with some furniture. Alloy black and white on the interior gives the impression of modern life and provide a modern atmosphere of comfort, so that the design of this house is able to provide a modern life combined with a natural atmosphere for a family who live close to the natural environment.
According to Marta Garcia Orte:
“The project’s goal was to achieve proper integration with the surrounding oak forest near a river and with the local social and cultural traditions. The care taken with respect to the relationship with the neighboring buildings in terms of orientation and visual composition is expressed by a complex scheme for which, for example, approaching the house from the street level, only a small portion of it (top level) is visible.
The main entrance is accessible via an outside staircase leading to the lower level, through a transitional space from which visitors can glimpse the space shared between the two bodies of the complex: the main volume and the sleeping area both standing behind a majestic Quercus suber (latin for cork oak).”
Prima Maison 2014 (Fr)