This detached house champions the Mediterranean lifestyle with collections from PORCELANOSA Group.
Architect Paula Franco, technical architect Laura Ochando and the team of interior designers from Estudio Pinasetti have banked on open and bright spaces to enhance the building materials.
Just a stone’s throw away from the Mirador de Busot in Alicante, there is this single-family house, whose panoramic views allow everything going on around it to be seen without having to leave the premises. This house combines rustic elements with those which are more minimalist, allowing for complete disconnection from the environment. Carried out by architect Paula Franco, technical architect Laura Ochando and the team of interior designers from Pinasetti Studio, who have both opted for Mediterranean-style decoration with collections from PORCELANOSA Group.
Sand and stone interiors
The Borgoña Arena collection by Porcelanosa has been used as the main floor tile, together with the Urbatek Deep White Nature porcelain tile. Ceramic materials which are inspired by stone and sand. They give greater warmth to the rooms. An atmosphere which merges with that which is more industrial, is enhanced by the Bottega Caliza and the Soho Bone floor tiles. Grey and beige make a connection between the different areas without creating any differences between them.
Industrial style leads the way in the kitchen and the main bathroom with the Manhattan Silver ceramic parquet, which in turn is combined with the geometric figures from the Marbella Stone by Porcelanosa. Another material which stands out is none other than Starwood. PORCELANOSA Group ceramic wood is on the headboard in the master bedroom with the Noa Tanzania Wine collection. Its wavy shapes lighten the spaces through the purple colour and the knots, which reproduce those that natural wood has with great accuracy. An artisan-like touch which is also intimate for spaces which look for greater seclusion.
Intimate and ergonomic bathrooms
The kitchen in this house comes with great luminosity because of its open structure and its combination of materials. The natural stone in this room is blended with the white of the worktop, made with KrionTM and its Eco-Active Solid Technology (KEAST) technology. This mineral compact eliminates bacteria; it makes the material cleaning easier; it improves air quality and it removes chemicals as well. Since it has no pores or joints, this material is suitable for food use because of its resistance to external agents like ultraviolet radiation.
A minimalist aesthetic which the bathrooms also have, where several Noken collections have been used. White which leads the way in the Kube, Glove and Jam basins is complemented by the wall hung toilets from the Urban and Essence-C series. The NK- Concept taps with the ergonomic design and cold opening are integrated into the same space as the Essence-C radiator from the company, where the Gamadecor Next furniture in lacquer and laminate have also been used. A context in which it is worth mentioning the Bottega Caliza floor tile and the Mediterranea Calpe Seagreen from L’Antic Colonial, which adds greater freshness to the rooms in each of its chromatic variations.
For greater hegemony between the shower and the bathroom, the company, Butech, added the Chrome linear grid (the water drains away without any need for a slope of any kind) and the Imperband Kit. In this way, you can waterproof the area and prevent moisture damage.
A haven in the heart of Cabezón de Oro