Looking to the highest mountain in the island, el Teide and the Atlantic coast, this house is located within a vineyard in the north of the island of Tenerife. Open to the south and the views, the walls enclosure protect the openings from northern cold and humid winds. Shaped to minimize height and impact from the outside, roofs also contribute to accommodate a comfortable patio where family life is enhanced.
In a car dependent urban model, cars are hidden below the house taking advantage of the natural levels. Lifted from the ground, isolation is improved, and earth moves are minimized and kept on the plot, reducing the impact of the construction in the environment.
Location: Tacoronte, Tenerife
Surface: 335 m2
Collaborators: María Lordán,