The house is developed on a 25,000 m2 plot in Mesa del Mar, municipality of Tacoronte. It has privileged views over the ocean and the highest mountain in Spain, El Teide. The sloped plain serves as guidance principle for developing the proposal.
The house is organized around two L-shaped walls placed in parallel that close the street access and open the house to the best possible views. The movement of both pieces permits the house is entered through a customized wooden sliding door located in the patio.
The idea of entering the house through an open space seduced us right from the start.
White natural stone facing is used both on the exterior and interior of the L-shaped walls and along with the glass and wooden floors, defines the materiality of the house.