Luxury Villa with a Continuous Movement Design to be Completed in 2024



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Luxury Villa with a Continuous Movement Design to be Completed in 2024

A new luxury villa, designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, is set to be completed in 2024, in Spain. The budget for the construction of the villa is estimated to reach a staggering $5 million dollars. The three-story building is designed as a continuous movement, with a zigzag shape that creates a promenade for exploring the surrounding landscape.

Exquisite Design and Functionality

The external morphology of the villa is designed to fully utilize the building potential of the plot. The long diagonal shape of the structure creates a sense of connection between the different rooms, while the interior is intertwined and in constant communication.

The upper floor leads to a large balcony, which extends both towards the pool and the interior of the plot. The expressive nature of this three-story building is designed in a continuous movement that suggests, between its various rooms, a promenade from where one can explore the landscape that spreads out in front of it.

The intricate spatial relationships between built and unbuilt, open and closed, private and semi-private zones throughout the Z-shaped program are characterized by abstract lines and planes. Beginning with the private entrance on the ground level at the bottom of the home’s first block, the four-car garage has been placed next to the laundry area, storage spaces, a guest bedroom, and a movie theatre.

Along the choreographed series of spaces in the subsequent arm of the plan, oriented acutely towards the preceding volume, the porch at the other end of this wing leads to an entrance hall, flowing into the living room, kitchen, dining area, and an office which interlocks with one corner of the garage.

Playful and Eye-catching Design

The configuration of the three continuous rows of spaces in the structure creates a playful figure that immediately assumes and suggests the recognizable identity of the house. Through its configuration of three continuous rows of spaces, the structure beckons the eye to follow its shape, an almost playful figure that immediately assumes and suggests the recognizable identity of the house.

The luxury villa, with its spectacular design and functionality, is set to be completed in 2024, and is expected to be a landmark in the world of architecture. The continuous movement design, created by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who see it.