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VILLA ELADIO  

With views of the highest mountain on the island (and in Spain), el Teide, and the Atlantic coast, this house is located within a vineyard in the north of the island of Tenerife. Facing southwards and thus enjoying spectacular views, its walls protect against cold and humid northerly winds. Designed to be as low as possible and minimise outside impact, the roofs also help to accommodate a comfortable patio that enhances family life. 

In this car-dependent urban context, cars are concealed beneath the house taking advantage of the natural levels. Raised from the ground, insulation is improved, and land movement is minimised and restricted to the plot, reducing the construction’s environmental impact.

 

VILLA ELADIO

Location: Tacoronte, Tenerife

Budget: 250.000€

Floor Area: 335 m2

Year: 2021

Collaborators: Gador Luque

Ingrid Bru

Nils Dahlman

María Lordán

Davide Ghio

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LoCa Studio Architects Barcelona
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