The style of this villa is contemporary with an industrial touch. Its architecture challenges gravity as the first floor seems to be floating with a very fine support.
This villa has been designed using the latest techniques to have an ecological and low maintenance building. It is a unique panoramic sea views opportunity. The thickness of the lines stand out and define a volume that seems to float over the transparent glass enclosures.
All the qualities used in this house are high standard, using only the best marbles, woods and carpentry for this luxury design.
The large sliding glass windows give rise to open spaces. The rooms of the villa open to the swimming pool, where the water creates a link between the industrial elements and the environment, following the line of the pool that follows the horizon.
The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, and all bedrooms enjoy luxury en-suite bathrooms.
The design of the villa is conceived on a visual connection to integrate the house with the landscape.
The diaphanous floors, the transparency and the simplicity of shapes, guarantee the entrance of daylight and good ventilation. The areas of the house merge the confines between interior and exterior.
Set on 2 levels, this spacious Costa del Sol villa is going to be built using only the finest materials throughout. The texture of stone, glass and steel creates a feeling of lightness and simplicity of great beauty and contrast.
From an imperious position at the top of the hill, the villa commands unrivalled sea views over the surrounding landscape. It’s an exclusive area with a gated community.
There is a construction completion time of 10-12 months for this villa, and there are many optional extras available if the buyer wishes.