Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside

Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside,

ADEPT has designed a private villa of four rectangular volumes, merging together seamlessly,

on the edge between land and sea.

Design Features

The private residence has an area of ​​180 square meters and has been specially designed for the unique location,

using nature’s own colors and soft transitions between the interior spaces.

As well as between the interior and the exterior,

making the daily changes of the sea an integral part of the architecture’s DNA.

The villa was completed for a private client, with the opportunity to build near the edge of the sea;

the client had a vision of a simple life in beautiful spaces.

He makes the magnificent view an integral part of everyday life in his home,

and the result is as unique as the location: a villa designed in four basic volumes with floating transitions.

 

Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside
Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside

 

Design shape

The villa appears quiet and closed, facing the street, the initial volumes are only broken by the protruding entrance door.

Towards the sea and the garden, there is a small courtyard with an open and transparent façade with long views across several rooms towards the sea.

The villa has been designed with a unique location as one of the main sources of inspiration,

and to live in this house is an ever-changing expiration of nature as the building surrounds itself with the sea and the sky.

 

Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside
Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside

 

As all materials are kept in natural colours, the sand-colored Columba tiles,

together with the strong oak wood that frames the windows, give solidity to the villa, humbly adapting it to the exposed site.

Curved white walls and wide wood floors melt the interior spaces together.

 

Completion of a private villa with smooth edges with floating transfers inside

 

As all materials are kept in natural colors, the sand-colored Columba tiles,

together with the strong oak wood that frames the windows, give solidity to the villa, humbly adapting it to the exposed site.

Curved white walls and wide wood floors melt the interior spaces together.

Also all single rooms have a contrasting end wall with hand-built furniture a bookcase covering the entire living room wall,

a custom kitchen, a laminate wall in the entrance room giving access to the basement and wardrobe,

and finally a full wardrobe wall in the master bedroom with access to the bathroom.

The lower level also offers three guest rooms as well as a TV room,

all lit by natural daylight from the light wells.

 

 

Wells of light are covered with oak benches along the façade,

the garden surrounding the villa resembles a beach meadow where one finds in the nearby natural habitat with shale, low trees and wildflowers.

 

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