CASA EN BEGUR
CASA EN BEGUR
House in Begur
When the team started work on this project, they focused on four main elements that would be the common themes of this second home situated in a perfect enclave, the Costa Brava.
The concrete, basalt stone, gloss lacquer, and stained oak parquet provide visual and material continuity, given that they are repeated throughout the different rooms of the house, both inside and outside.
The feeling of harmony offered by the façade covered in basalt stone welcomes you into the house. Combined with the main stained oak cladding, which provides balance to the building.
The outdoor space is a fusion between Mediterranean and Japanese aesthetics.
The chill-out area is made with metal slats that can be oriented electronically depending on the weather. Next to the chill-out area is the summer dining area with Ferruz table, made of galvanised folded plate, and
benches made with basalt block and matching upholstered cushions.
The living-dining room is a large open space divided by a practical twin-surface bookcase with a lot of aesthetic weight. Along with the bookcase, the fabulous Diamond table by Molteni and the chairs by Knoll are the main elements of this room.
Next to the living room, the high-end Hi-Line kitchen by Dada is encased in basalt panels that are the common and aesthetic theme.
The formwork concrete staircase and the solid oak blocks on the riser is one of the most exciting and impressive elements of the house.
On the upper floor is the suite and bedrooms. The master suite with fantastic views includes a terrace with basalt stone jacuzzi and natural wood flooring.
The bed, by Minotti, is impressive, and the bedroom is followed by the open master bathroom that has an end-to-end bench installed inside the shower and a bathroom unit in Corian. The entire floor is made of high-quality waxed and brushed oak, and although it plays a neutral role aesthetically, it provides visual unity.
The basement floor has another play area and a private cinema room.