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House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos

  • 01:00 - 8 June, 2008
House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos
House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos

House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos +21

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  • Location

    Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
  • Architects

    Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos
  • Consultants

    DD7 Aparejadores, S.L. (José Manuel Alonso Delgado y Fermín Gutiérrez Hernández ), Diego Estévez
  • Contractor

    Construcciones Francisco Rodríguez
  • Structures

    Arquiestructuras Tenerife (Benjamín Cova), Dionisio Castro
  • Garden

    Poa Jardinería (Eduardo Zárate)
  • Client

    Arsenio Pérez Amaral
  • Site Area

    626,79 sqm
  • Area

    389.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2005

From the architect. The basic idea of the project consists in the location of a monolithic concrete and glass volume over a timber platform located at the edge of a cliff in order to enjoy the amazing view of the 300m cliff, a 1000m long black sand beach, mount Teide and all the north coast of Tenerife island.

Bedroom and service areas are located in a one storie rectangular volume which enters into a double high volume containing the living-room, studio and kitchen. Both volumes organize an L-shape around the black paddle located at the edge of the platform so water surface gets mixed with the one of the sea, so all the areas of the house enjoy the views underlined by wood and water.

A gym is located in the basement with direct access from the terrace and views to the inside of the pound through a glass wall.

The interior and exterior finishing of the closed volume consists in treated concrete while complete walls are used in the facades facing the views. Protection is solved with timber shuts in the bedroom area and outside canvas stores in the living room.

A steel and wood freestanding canopy provides shadow to the central part of the terrace.

Gardening, based in the use of local cliff species, is located in the slope between the street and the built volume so the house seems to be inserted into the natural cliff .

Cite: "House at Jardin del Sol / Corona y P. Amaral Arquitectos" 08 Jun 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/1987/house-at-jardin-del-sol-corona-y-p-amaral-arquitectos/>
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25 Comments

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Aquasol Albercas · August 04, 2010

Casa con Alberca y Playa!! Si es bueno soñar, vivir es mejor... http://fb.me/DNbe26DM

Aquasol Albercas · August 04, 2010

Casa contemporánea con alberca y playa!! si es bueno soñar, vivir el mejor!! http://fb.me/G0j7Nx6i

Miri Hellen Lanza · April 15, 2010

RT @tocovsk: Morar aqui. http://bit.ly/cUypmr #arquitetura

Alexandre Supertramp · April 15, 2010

Morar aqui. http://bit.ly/cUypmr #arquitetura

sthlm design studio · April 14, 2010

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Peter · September 24, 2009

What a great house!!

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oscar falcón lara · September 16, 2009

Wow, the views alone make this a winner, and the infinite pool at he end of the terrace is awe inspiring. Also, the use of materials and the interior space make it so down to earth while being a very hip and chic design. Great !

sirisha bysani · July 06, 2009

too good.... pool view is great... simple and superb

Ladzono · July 06, 2009

Very nice...

2MACoff · May 28, 2009

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Adi · May 27, 2009

That house is too cold for me- I do not like it- and this bad in bathroom- is discusting... Nice view and swimming pool.

WELCOMETOHELL · May 23, 2009

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Lulu · March 13, 2009

I love the interior wood textures. Natural!

aut · March 09, 2009

oh yeah - i love houses with an easy access to suicide...
keep on!
no seriously - awesome site and use of materials

Jay · March 06, 2009

WOW I love this place!

??? · January 15, 2009

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Arsenio · September 01, 2009 09:37 PM

Say it in English please

NATHAN · November 11, 2008

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nataJane · June 27, 2008

stunning.

emek · June 10, 2008

wow! the view is amazing!
and the structure of the building is beyond words.

:)

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