July 6, 2021

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Touza Arquitectos and Porcelanosa join design forces at Monasterios Residences

Located at the foot of the Sierra Calderona mountains, the premium properties in this residential complex boast privileged views of the Mediterranean Sea.

The 28 two, three, four and five-bedroom apartments with two or three bathrooms and a terrace in the luxurious Monasterios Residences complex (Puzol, Valencia) are 15 minutes from the city of Valencia and boast privileged views of the Mediterranean and Sierra Calderona mountains.

Aerial View Monasterios Residences Touza Porcelanosa

Sustainable luxury

Huge floor-to-ceiling picture windows, symmetrical forms and cross-ventilation dominate the open-plan design of the properties, work of prestigious architecture studio Touza Arquitectos. They opted for Premium collections by PORCELANOSA Group to champion a new vision of luxury from a sustainable perspective. "The sense of space, fluid layout, quality finishes and attention to every little detail make these homes stand out - elegant style that accommodates all needs, effortlessly", note the developers.

Aerial View Monasterios Residences | Touza Porcelanosa

Con una orientación este y sur y a 170 metros por encima del nivel de mar, este exclusivo complejo de viviendas de 149 m2 y 360m2 comercializado por Lucas Fox cuenta con seguridad propia (vigilancia 24 horas) y numerosos espacios verdes y saludables. These include a garden with hammocks, gym, private swimming pool and access to the Los Monasterios Country Club. In the grounds, facilities include tennis and paddle tennis courts, a football field and five large swimming pools.

At 170 metres above sea level, this exclusive complex with properties measuring 149 m2 and 360 m2 has its own security (24-hour surveillance), a private swimming pool and numerous green spaces

Smart homes to improve your everyday life

The architectural scheme unites the interior and exterior spaces and makes the most of natural light in every room, integrating the property with the landscape. The neutral colours such as white and brown strengthen the connection between residents and the natural setting. This is true of the master bedrooms, paved in Oxford Natural ceramic wood (PAR-KER® by Porcelanosa), and the en-suite bathrooms, featuring Noken (PORCELANOSA Group) fixtures, fittings and accessories and porcelain stoneware wall tiles by Porcelanosa.

Each of the dwellings has a home automation system to remotely control the air conditioning, heating and lighting in the rooms

Functionality, balance and comfort reign supreme in the kitchen/living rooms, with minimalist décor that highlights the natural texture of the Bottega floor tiles by Porcelanosa (flooring throughout the properties, installed using Butech grout materials) and integrated Gamadecor units in their matt iron colour. They opted for Urbatek's XTONE sintered mineral compact for the worktops, due to its high resistance, hygiene (it prevents the proliferation of fungi and bacteria), easy cleaning properties and recyclable composition.

To make owners' lives easier, all homes are fitted with a home automation system to remotely control the air conditioning, heating and lighting in each room. This promotes an equitable and balanced consumption of natural resources, encouraging environmental protection as well as energy efficiency.

Architecture: TOUZA ARQUITECTOS

Renders: 3DVEC

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