Located in a small Spanish village in Girona, the openings of the house face the north and south — with the north facing the old village with its cobble-stone streets, and the south facing the pool, garden, and landscape.
The house is designed to align with the north or the south elements.
The house can be accessed by two entrances — the first floor, ground entrance and the lower, ground garden level which is also the car port. The “garage” is a transitional space that blurs the outdoor-indoor divide.
The depressed zone in the center of the house allows it to have a better relation with the landscape, and the fragmented roof allows natural light to pass through.
The kitchen, living room, and terrace are all located on the main floor.