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Simple architecture, defined volumes, neutral materials and different paths define the 833 square meters of this home located in Antioquia.
Transparency, double-height spaces, the permanent relationship between the exterior and the interior and the Organization of the plant - which consists of four rectangular volumes that are connected in the form of zigzag - divide this batch of 3,900 square meters, where nest both architectural areas and the respective foreign areas according to their nature and use.
Similarly, allow the optimization of the lighting and ventilation of all rooms to generate energy savings and a proposal of sustainable architecture.
The first volume, plated with WPC (wood-plastic composite), a material similar to wood, is access, on which stands a concrete box that seems to be heavy and contains the space of meditation; This in turn looks out a yellow laminated glass cube, a cool touch that breaks with the austere finish of the rest of the rectangles and which serves as a cover that marks the access to housing.
Through various stairways are accessed to the second floor; one of them divides the dining room and, in the distance, is perceived as one more piece of furniture. The master bedroom, a generous space with a large full light, jacuzzi bath on the terrace and spacious walk-in closet, is located on the three bedrooms on the first level.
The narrow and long, blocks made way to zigzag on the lot, provide ventilation and natural lighting of the House.
Likewise, the large percentage of green roofs offset part of areas lost because of construction, reduce atmospheric warming and moisten the environment - they are able to retain up to 90% of the waters rain to return much to the atmosphere-. A careful architecture - filled with aesthetic intentions and materials who argue every decision-, functionality in each space, the relationship between the inside and outside - that can be seen in each of the environments, multiple raised travels and delicately chosen finishes make this residence a work that blends the warmth and monumentality.