Golf Roca Lisa
The houses are designed to intersect so they do not get in each other’s way, but at the same time organically integrate with each other so that both can enjoy the views to the west.
Their L shapes and orthogonal geometry means they are ‘wrapped’ in a sequence of walls and secondary elements that give rise to courtyards and transitional spaces.
Stone enhances some of the external walls and provides a rational composition that enters into dialogue with the white and plant-covered wall faces.
Light metal and wooden elements act as a veil for creeping plants to ‘take over’ the house and help improve the building’s bioclimatic qualities.
External spaces are conceived as a controlled sequence in relation to the house itself, with the aim of creating distinct spaces around the property.
These projects were carried out within deBM Arquitectura y Paisajismo.