Located on the top of a hillside, in one of the most established housing states of Valencia, the House of the Quarry is based on the extreme conditions of the ground with the aim of climbing the slope to get views to the landscape.
This countryside retreat generated from the idea of a standard traditional rural house with its pitched roof, applying a new concept of space afterwards.
The project responds to a geometry of contrasts based on this theme: the nature provides the vertical position of pine trees, while the architecture spreads out oblong and horizontal, as a great viewpoint in its setting.
A sequence of white concrete walls soar in different directions, by compressing and expanding the Visual, generating multiple scenes. The vertical planes are limited by long horizontal cantilevers, which are extended heading out to the sea.
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