February 8, 2021
Comprising 15 high-end homes and two luxury hotels, this residential complex designed by studio RG Arquitectos SLP includes some of PORCELANOSA Group's most natural Premium collections.
The heart of the Sierra Nevada (Granada), with views of the imposing Mulhacén peak, is home to the exclusive Arttysur Lux Village resort. Comprising 15 high-end homes and two five-star hotels, the facilities of this luxury residential complex incorporate Premium collections by PORCELANOSA Group following the intervention of studio RG Arquitectos SLP.
Championing the environment and organic architecture, the overall structure of Arttysur Lux Village combines natural wood and triple pane glass, making this nature-inspired complex a true refuge set in the middle of the mountains.
The homes in this premium residential complex follow the principles of bioclimatic architecture, with pine wood incorporated into both the partition walls and interior carpentry.
The design takes the climate conditions of the environment into account, making it more eco-friendly and blending wood and natural stone with industrial style materials. This can be seen in the outdoor areas, where Buthan natural slate from L'Antic Colonial (overall paving) stands out yet works in harmony with the surrounding landscape, which extends high up into the mountains. This unified structure was achieved using Butech adhesive materials, which keep the slate's integrity and properties intact.
The interiors feature open-plan kitchens with large picture windows offering exceptional views of the Sierra Nevada, which together with the Emotions E 7.70 Roble Noche model by Gamadecor reinforce the sobriety of the space.
This combination of natural wood and light textiles with metal structures contrasts beautifully with the black XTONE Liem Black Nature worktops by Porcelanosa. The sintered mineral compact adds a sense of breadth to the island kitchens, uniting them with the main living rooms.
Thanks to its strength, easy cleaning and eco-friendly composition (100% recyclable), this mineral compact - inspired by black Marquina marble - makes for both improved hygiene and enhanced soundproofing in each of the homes.
With black and brown as the main shades, the development's bathrooms combine an alpine aesthetic with cutting-edge pieces such as geometric washbasins and wall-mounted toilets. The en-suite bathrooms have Project Tech countertops with Noken Forma taps, with clean lines framed by the Square mirror, also by Noken, and the Essence-C toilet and Pure Line shower pack.
The metallic finishes of each piece contrast with the Patagonia Home and Airslate Graphite slate by L'ac, working beautifully with the overall aesthetic of the property. Technical materials by Butech were used to ensure the correct installation of each tile, which also makes spaces safer thanks to its composition.
This combination of decorative elements contrasts with the Krion Slope shower tray, with a sloping surface design that allows the water to flow naturally without collecting in the shower.