November 3, 2023
This luxury villa is located in an exclusive area in the province of Málaga, with the Mediterranean as a backdrop. A functional distribution and furniture that combines the purity of white with the warmth and simplicity of wood and stone.
Villa Cronos is distributed over three floors that contain four bedrooms and a kitchen that opens to the dining room and living room. The residence also has two swimming pools, a gym, a work area and a car park.
The daytime area of Villa Cronos is dominated by a bright space shared by kitchen, dining room and living room, with large glass partitions from floor to ceiling. Once opened, these windows allow the floor to extend beyond its limits and out into the terrace.
The dining room is presided over by a state-of-the-art table and upholstered leather chairs that add a sober and modern touch to the ambiance. Nebraska Noir wood-look flooring by Porcelanosa provides a touch of warmth to the dining room, living room, kitchen and bedrooms.
The kitchen has a central island, with an XTONE Liem Dark Nature worktop, which has fine white veins. It has a sink and the cooking and working area. It has an extension that doubles as a table and gathering point. The island's furniture and the storage area feature E6.90 Oak Copper and E7.90 Ghost, by Gamadecor. Round taps by Noken complete the area.
The main bathroom is equipped with a custom-made double sink with Krion® Lux 1100 East, and the black mixer tap is from the Oxo collection by Noken. The shower area has a built-in shower with Square head and Oxo thermostatic taps, both by Noken. The XTONE Paonazzo Biondo Polished tiles give a sophisticated style to the room.
In the other bathroom, the choice of materials makes for a neutral interior design with an exquisite feel. The Spiga Durango (Porcelanosa) stone-look decorative tiles applied in the shower area combine perfectly with the Durango Acero used in the rest of the room. The Oxo taps in the shower and washbasin contrast with the different elements: vanity top, partition and shower tray (Krion).
Outside Villa Cronos, a seating area has been set up next to the infinity pool, which overlooks the spectacular landscape visible from this prime location. In contrast with the dark, sober tones of the furniture contained inside the property, white was chosen unanimously for all the pieces in the terrace, giving a futuristic feel to the ensemble.
On the bottom floor, a wellness area has been set up with a sauna and an indoor swimming pool with highly formal aesthetics. The floors and walls of this space have been covered with ceramic tiles from different Porcelanosa collections in neutral tones that enhance the serene and peaceful character of the setting. Butech profiles were also installed to decorate all the corners.
To give more space and light to the interior of the house, a large opening was made in the wall. This configuration is designed to help connect the different spaces while preserving the uniqueness of each.
Efficient and sustainable solutions have been integrated into the home, such as solar energy production systems, batteries and air-source heat pumps, resulting in a near-zero carbon footprint to optimise energy consumption in a comfortable and functional way.
Interior design: Carlos Alberto