When matter, geometry + space work in harmony

Spanish architectural practice HORMA estudio believes living on one floor implies continuity, articulation, composition, and fragmentation of spaces without losing the unity of the whole. DM house allows the occupants to use the entire plot this its use of thoughtful architecture.
The proposal aims to articulate a wide domestic program fragmenting the scale of the set both volumetrically and spatially. The composition of different volumes and geometries, together with the constant dialogue between materials, makes it possible to reduce and control the relationship between the parts of the project, both from their interior space and from their external perception.
The ground floor family zones are complemented by a guest floor at level +3.5 and a leisure and recreation area at level -3.5, the latter with a more private and sheltered relationship than the rest.
The house, articulated in the plan, finds in its section the complete meaning of its spaces, molding the scale and the light inputs of each one of them. This section qualifies and defines the interior rooms and links the different floors by skylights, visual connections, and natural light filters. The continuity and use of materials both indoors and outdoors establish limits that are more than diffuse, almost non-existent.
Inside, both tones are combined in the continuous terrazzo that defines the public area of the ground floor and also in the dialogue of maple and cherry woods that resolve the furniture included in the architecture itself. The white tone understood as neutral, allows the reddish tones of the ceramic and the different greens of the vegetation to balance and enhance each other.
Matter, geometry, and space work in harmony, and, at the same time, their relationships vary, giving rise to very diverse spaces, designed according to the needs of the inhabitant. Freedom and privacy are understood to achieve the initially established objectives.

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