La Isla House / Llosa Cortegana Architects
This project responds to the challenge of living by the sea but surrounded by a tree landscape, and having an internal and external life that wouldn’t feel the lack of having a permanent view to the sea.
The idea developed in the course of the design process was to have amplitude in the interior of the house, created from the flexibility of the social space according to the use and family interactions in the day to day.
Space is amplified by the absence of enclosure and the view is directed to the outside.
Spatial continuity is generated by inserting a patio with a tree as a continuation of the exterior landscape, and by developing two contiguous spaces that hold the social life of the house.