CTZ2 Home / Pepe Giner Arquitectos
Textual content description offered by the architects. The home is situated on a plot with a steep slope that descends in the direction of the southeast going through the Portitxol bay in Jávea. A privileged enclave of nice magnificence delimited to the north by the Portitxol island and to the south by the point of view of Punta del Cap Negre. The mission is predicated on adapting to the geometry of the plot and elevating the day space together with the terrace and the pool on the similar higher degree.
On this manner, the south orientation is taken benefit of, which coincides with the perfect views in the direction of the Mediterranean Sea. The volumetry of the mission responds to the orientation, geometry, and slope of the plot. The rugged topography signifies that what initially looks as if a drawback finally ends up decisively shaping the architectural morphology of the mission.
The home is conceived as a set of sinuous platforms that slide between one another, adapting to the rugged topography in a staggered method with the pure slope of the terrain. The picture of the southeast facade is outlined by the horizontality and the sinuous and free flight of those platforms, which, minimize out towards the privileged panorama, appear to levitate weightlessly.
On every ground, the terraces constantly encompass the glass envelope with a purpose to blur the boundaries between out of doors and indoor areas. On the bottom ground, the platform widens within the central space, giving rise to a big terrace, and narrows on the ends, adapting to the situations of the environment.
The terrace disconnects from the fast surroundings to visually merge with the horizon, blurring its boundaries with a sinuous pool. The terrace additionally homes a Mediterranean backyard conceived as a continuation of the structure of the home. The cypresses are projected as one other architectural aspect and are organized in such a manner that they move by the perforations of the platforms, emphasizing the horizontality of the home.
The construction that helps the horizontal parts is resolved by dry stone partitions, which anchor and include the terrain, and slim metallic pillars, producing a duality within the supporting parts that contrasts with the sturdy horizontality of the platforms.
The higher ground homes the doorway corridor and three bedrooms with their respective terrace, opening up as a viewpoint in the direction of the ocean. Entry to the home is made subsequent to a double-height house that incorporates the vertical communication core. The sculptural staircase of black Marquina marble articulates the house and acquires nice visibility from many factors of the home.