From the outside, a simple facade is perceived, composed of a large low volume, almost blank walls, with two windows at each end, where only the window on the right reveals what is happening inside. On the far left, a hallway gives access to the house in a non-frank way, there is a bench where you can sit and wait. Then, a small door through which you enter.
The first interior space is the social area, it is a volume that closes towards the street and opens towards the central patio, with the clear idea of looking in and looking for your own views inside the house.
The four facades of the house gradually change language, from the most closed and traditional on the street, to the most open and freely designed in the background; from the stereotomy to the tectonic.
The two bays share the program, in front a social area with a sloping ceiling that gives more height and, in the background, a mixed program for rooms and terrace.
The permeability of the ground floor in the two bays blurs the line between interior and exterior. The house is experienced as a large terrace that opens between patios and gardens.
The back bay is a volume of simple reading, made up of columns and slabs, which, depending on the case and use, causes variations. The balconies are made up of cylindrical columns that give space to the user. On the south façade there are cartouches that protect from the sun and on the terrace, they are absent to open up the space.
The rounding of the walls and the cylindrical columns simulate elements washed by the sea accentuating the plasticity of the beach house.