Interiors

The Sands Point Residence by HMA2 Architects

The Sands Point Residence by HMA2 Architects

HMA2 Architects has recently completed a modern house on a dramatic bluff overlooking Long Island Sound in Sands Point, New York.

A modern house with a metal roof that wraps onto the walls of the home.
A modern house with a metal roof that wraps onto the walls of the home.

Conceived as a family “resort” for everyday and all-season living, the home has a metal roof that wraps around to the walls, where it meets glass and wood elements.

A modern house with a metal roof that flows onto the walls of the home.

The rear of the house has a large patio, extending the amount of livable space that the home offers.

A modern home with wood-framed windows and a large patio.

The interior of the home includes warm cedar wood walls, concrete floors, and stone elements. The 20’ wide x 36’ long x 12’ high center living area can morph into a dining area for 24 or event space for 50.

The interior of this modern home includes warm cedar wood walls, concrete floors, and stone elements.

A secondary dining area shares a space with the kitchen, while stainless steel cabinets add a metallic touch.

A modern kitchen with stainless steel cabinets, an island, and a dining area.
A modern kitchen with a gray tile backsplash.

A home office has been created alongside a picture window and is flooded in natural light.

A home office has been created alongside a picture window and is flooded in natural light.

A secondary living room has a casual vibe and includes a bar area with a pair of tables and some stools.

This living room has a casual vibe and includes a bar area with a pair of tables and some stools.

The staircase connecting to the bedrooms and bathrooms has a decorative metal railing as well as a leather-wrapped handrail.

This modern staircase has a decorative metal railing as well as a leather wrapped handrail.
This modern staircase has a decorative metal railing as well as a leather wrapped handrail.

In one of the bedrooms, there’s a cedar wall that wraps onto the ceiling and travels through to the outdoors. Doors open up to a cantilevered balcony that looks out onto the lake.

In this modern bedroom, there's a cedar wall that wraps onto the ceiling and travels through to the outdoors.
A modern cantilevered balcony accessed from a bedroom.

In one of the bathrooms, there are high ceilings, a freestanding bathtub, and a vanity with three pendant lights hanging above it.

In this modern bathroom there's high ceilings, a freestanding bathtub, and a vanity with three pendant lights hanging above it.

In another bathroom, there’s a wood ceiling that complements the vanity, while a frameless shower screen provides separation from the bathtub.

In this modern bathroom, there's a wood ceiling that complements the vanity, while a frameless shower screen provides separation from the bathtub.

In the powder room, there’s a combination of small and large tiles covering the walls, while a round mirror hangs above a concrete vanity.

In this powder room, there's a combination of small and large tiles covering the walls, while a round mirror hangs above a concrete vanity.
Photography: Chris Payne, ESTO | Architecture firm: HMA2 Architects | Principal in charge: Henry Myerberg, FAIA | Concept Design Phase: Owen Huang | Design Development-Construction: Maarten Wessels, Miranda Danusugondo, Sharlene Yaqui, | General Contractor: Jay Paul Associates, Ltd. | Structural Engineers: Salvador Caradonna | Interior Design: HMA2 Architects and Gregory Beson, with Lucy Harris Studio | Lighting: Fisher Marantz Stone | Windows: Duratherm and Loewen | Solid Wood Furniture : Studio Beson | Leather Stair Wrap: Christopher Tekverk, Ghent, NY

A Dining Area Was Included In The Design Of These Stairs

A Dining Area Was Included In The Design Of These Stairs

Matt Fajkus Architecture has recently completed a 950 square foot addition to a home in Austin, Texas, and included in the design, is a dining area that makes the most of the available space.

A modern dining area with a steel table and wood dining benches.

Usually, the space under the stairs is often left open in an interior, however this time, the designer decided to create a dining area.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

The dining area has two wood benches. The first bench has been built as part of the overall stair design.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

The second bench has been designed to be moved under the table when not being used, and it also lines up with the nearby wall and bottom of the stairs.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

The dark table top complements the stair handrails and support structure.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

Here’s a look at more photos of the home, which includes the white stucco-clad, two-story addition to the generic 1980’s house, the new black window and door frames, the built-in window benches, and the skylights located above the stairs.

A modern white stucco house addition.
A modern white stucco house addition.
A modern white stucco house addition.
Large windows with a built-in window bench.
A modern powder room with a wood vanity that matches the door and the wood featured on the stairs.
A modern wood ceiling with three skylights.
A modern wood ceiling with three skylights.
Photography: Leonid Furmansky, Matt Fajkus Architecture | Architect: Matt Fajkus Architecture | Architecture Design Team: Matt Fajkus, Sarah Johnson, Sarah Wassel, Andres Moguel, David Birt | Contractor: Texas Construction Company | Landscape: ADLA Studio

A Built-In Bookshelf Follows The Stairs Inside This Home

A Built-In Bookshelf Follows The Stairs Inside This Home

Architecture firm Moon Hoon has designed a modern concrete home in Jeju-si, South Korea, and included in the design, is a custom-built bookshelf that follows the line of the stairs.

A built-in wood bookshelf that follows the staircase in a modern home.

Connecting the various levels of the home, the staircase was created as an eye-catching element in the interior, with the wood shelving lining the walls.

A built-in bookshelf that follows the staircase in a modern home.

The shelving, which has been built into the wall, is lined with wood that matches the stair treads.

A built-in bookshelf lined with wood that follows the staircase in a modern home.

The lower shelves of the built-ins also include hidden lighting, which allows the stair treads to be easily seen.

A built-in bookshelf lined with wood that follows the staircase in a modern home.
A built-in bookshelf lined with wood that follows the staircase in a modern home.

Above the stairs and the bookcase is a skylight with lighting that shows off the geometric lines where the walls meet the ceiling.

A modern home with a skylight, hidden lighting, and built-in bookshelves.

Let’s take a look at the rest of the home…

The exterior of the home is striking in its design, with bold geometric shapes made from concrete and angled elements that connect the rotated boxes. Glass balconies and stair railings seamlessly blend into the concrete design.

The exterior of this home is striking in its design, with bold geometric shapes made from concrete and angled elements that connect the rotated boxes. Glass balconies and stair railings seamlessly blend into the concrete design.
The exterior of this home is striking in its design, with bold geometric shapes made from concrete and angled elements that connect the rotated boxes. Glass balconies and stair railings seamlessly blend into the concrete design.
A modern concrete home.

Exterior lighting underneath the various concrete volumes as well as from within the home, bring attention to the various angles and design elements of the home.

Exterior lighting underneath the various concrete volumes as well as from within the home, bring attention to the various angles and design elements of this modern home.
Exterior lighting underneath the various concrete volumes as well as from within the home, bring attention to the various angles and design elements of this modern home.

Here’s a closer look at some of the structural elements and outdoor spaces, which include planters, a hot tub, and a rooftop deck.

A modern concrete home with protruding balconies.
A modern concrete home with protruding balconies.
A modern concrete home with protruding balconies.
A modern concrete home with protruding balconies.
The rooftop deck of a modern concrete house.

Inside, the various rooms like the living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom, have been kept minimal in their design, with white walls and ceilings, wood flooring, and hidden lighting.

A modern living room with white walls and ceilings, wood flooring, and hidden lighting.
A modern kitchen with white walls and cabinets, wood flooring, and hidden lighting.
A minimalist bedroom with hidden lighting and large windows.
A modern bathroom with a freestanding bathtub and a large picture window.
Photography by Moon Hoon | Architect: MOONBALSSO(Moon Hoon) | Design team: Kim jaekwan, Kim haeree, Park jeonguk, Song giwon, Tomasz Kisilewicz

The Glass Link House By Scott Edwards Architecture

The Glass Link House By Scott Edwards Architecture

Scott | Edwards Architecture has recently completed the Glass Link House, a modern home in Portland, Oregon, that was designed for a family with a passion for entertaining, nature, and time spent together.

A modern home with a concrete wall and wood front door.

The home, which is nestled into the hillside, has a simple palette of wood, steel, stone, and glass, connecting the residence to its surroundings.

The home, which is nestled into the hillside, has a simple palette of wood, steel, stone, and glass.

The main social areas of the home are gathered together in a single open plan room with retractable glass doors and large glass walls on either side that open to expansive outdoor spaces.

The main social areas of this modern home are gathered together in single open plan room with retractable glass doors and large glass walls on either side that open to expansive outdoor spaces.
A modern wood and white kitchen with a long island.

The landscaped granite terraces include a pool, spa, fire pit, and dining area.

This landscaped granite terraces include a pool, spa, fire pit, and dining area.

The central courtyard is flanked by two wings. The “restful” wing contains the kid’s bedrooms and primary bedroom suite ending in a framed view of the backyard.

A modern bedroom with large windows and a door that opens to a terrace.
A modern bedroom with a floating bedside table and matte black sconce.

The en-suite bathroom has a warm wood accent wall with varying tones and includes a horizontal shelving niche with hidden lighting.

This en-suite bathroom has a warm wood accent wall with varying tones, and includes a horizontal shelving niche with hidden lighting.

The “active” wing of the home contains the workout room, sauna, media room, guest bedrooms, wine room, and hidden whiskey room – accessed through a secret latch in the bookshelf at the bottom of the stairs.

This modern house has a hidden whiskey room - accessed through a secret latch in the bookshelf at the bottom of the stairs.
This modern house has a hidden whiskey room - accessed through a secret latch in the bookshelf at the bottom of the stairs.
Photography: Jeremy Bittermann / Architect: Scott | Edwards Architecture / Interior Design: FQ Designs Group / Landscape Design: 2.ink Studio / Builder: Otis Construction

Limestone Walls Feature On Both The Interior And Exterior Of This Texas Ranch House

Limestone Walls Feature On Both The Interior And Exterior Of This Texas Ranch House

Furman + Keil Architects has designed a new home located in Spicewood, Texas, that uses limestone as a feature material throughout the home.

This contemporary home includes limestone walls, a metal roof, and black window frames.

Made up of a few different buildings, including a main house and a guest house, the home includes stone walls, a metal roof, and black window frames.

This contemporary home includes limestone walls, a metal roof, black window frames, and a landscaped path to the wood front door.

The limestone walls on the exterior of the house also continue through to the interior, like in the living room, where the stone wall surrounds the fireplace and provides a textural element to the space.

In this ranch house living room, the limestone wall that surrounds the fireplace provides a textural element to the space.
A living room with a limestone wall that surrounds the fireplace.

Separating the living room and the kitchen is the dining area. The kitchen is defined by the painted wood-clad building inside the larger main volume, while a separate bar area is located in the hallway.

A contemporary sage green kitchen with wood accents.
A custom-designed bar area located in a hallway by the living room.

The primary bedroom features a vaulted ceiling, a bed that’s recessed into the wall, and wood-framed windows.

This primary bedroom features a vaulted ceiling, a bed that's recessed into the wall, and wood framed windows.

Located off the primary bedroom is a walk-through bathroom that includes a wood vanity that runs the length of the wall, as well as a built-in bathtub and a walk-in shower with an oversized shelving niche.

A walk-through bathroom includes a wood vanity that runs the length of the wall, as well as a built-in bathtub and a walk-in shower with an oversized shelving niche.

Outdoor spaces are covered to provide shelter from the elements.

A covered porch with exposed wood beams.
A covered porch by a limestone wall.

The ranch also includes a guest house by the pool. Limestone has also been used for the exterior walls.

A guest house by the pool the includes a pair of bedrooms and an open plan living room and kitchen.

Inside the guest house, there’s an open-plan living room and kitchen, two bedrooms, and bathrooms.

A contemporary guest house with open plan living room and kitchen.

The ranch also includes a dog run, which the project is named after.

The dog run of a Texas ranch.

Here’s a look at the floor plans of the various buildings found on the ranch.

The floor plan of a Texas ranch.
Photographer: Casey Dunn | Architect: Furman + Keil Architects | Design Team: Gary Furman, Philip Keil, Arthur Furman | Contractor: Classic Constructors | Landscape Design: Ten Eyck Landscape Architects + David Mahler | Interior Design: Mark Ashby Design

An Exterior Of Burnt Wood Siding On This Home Leads To A Warm Wood Interior

An Exterior Of Burnt Wood Siding On This Home Leads To A Warm Wood Interior

Architecture and building firm Alloy Homes Incorporated has recently completed a contemporary home in Calgary, Canada.

The Yakisugi House is named after “Yakisugi“, which is a reference to the Japanese burnt wood siding in which the majority of the home is clad.

The custom-designed home for a young family includes an open entryway with a powder room, wood floors, and a small floating bench.

An open entryway with a powder room, wood floors, and a small floating bench.

The living room is flooded by natural light from the large windows, which were included to frame views of the downtown skyline.

This modern living room is flooded by natural light from the large windows, which were included to frame views to the downtown skyline.

The kitchen is located slightly above the living room, with a small bookshelf separating the two spaces. The kitchen includes a large island with a wood ceiling accent and light wood cabinets.

This modern kitchen includes a large island with a wood ceiling accent and light wood cabinets.
This modern kitchen includes a large island with a wood ceiling accent and light wood cabinets.

A small breakfast area is located off the kitchen, while a walk-through pantry connects with the main dining room.

A small breakfast area is located off to the side of this modern kitchen.
A small breakfast area is located off the kitchen, while a walk-through pantry connects with the main dining room.

The open-plan dining room is furnished with a long wood dining table with a sculptural horizontal light hanging above.

This open plan dining room is furnished with a long wood dining table with a sculptural horizontal light hanging above.

A staircase with wood treads and a black handrail with hidden LED lighting connects to the upper floor of the home.

A staircase with wood treads and a black handrail with hidden LED lighting connects to the upper floor of the home.

A home office has a custom-designed wood desk that wraps around the corner of the room. Open shelving and cabinets add additional storage to the room.

A home office with a custom designed wood desk that wraps around the corner of the room. Open shelving and cabinets add additional storage to the room.

In the primary bedroom, bronze and black lighting have been mounted to the wall on either side of the bed, while the windows provide views of the neighborhood.

In this primary bedroom, bronze and black lighting has been mounted to the wall on either side of the bed, while the windows provide views of the neighborhood.

In the bathroom, grey tiles cover the walls and floor, while a floating wood vanity adds a natural element, and a white freestanding tub is positioned by the glass-enclosed shower.

In this modern bathroom, grey tiles cover the walls and floor, while a floating wood vanity adds a natural element, and a white freestanding tub is positioned by the glass-enclosed shower.
Photography by Joel Klassen | Architect and Builder: Alloy Homes Incorporated

An Exterior Of Vertical Black Wood Siding Creates A Strong Look For This House

An Exterior Of Vertical Black Wood Siding Creates A Strong Look For This House

The UP Studio has designed a single-family two-story home in Sag Harbor, New York, with a striking black exterior that stands out against the natural green surrounds.

The first-floor facade was designed to act as a subtle privacy screen from the street, while a simple carport is located off to the side.

A modern two story black house with walls of windows.

A landscaped garden with a path connects the front of the home with the yard which includes a swimming pool.

A landscaped garden with a path that connects the front of the home with the rear yard.

The rear of the home is fully glazed on both levels with custom Marvin Modern windows that create a strong connection between the home’s interiors and the outdoors.

The rear of this modern home is fully glazed on both levels with custom Marvin Modern windows that create a strong connection between the home’s interiors and the outdoors.

The tall vertical windows on the lower floor are also included on the upper floor of the home, allowing the morning sun to filter through to the bedrooms.

The rear of this modern home is fully glazed on both levels with custom Marvin Modern windows that create a strong connection between the home’s interiors and the outdoors.
The rear of this modern home is fully glazed on both levels with custom Marvin Modern windows that create a strong connection between the home’s interiors and the outdoors.

The entire home utilizes a simple material palette of blackened steel, light hardwood, and neutral colors, as shown in the open plan main floor of the home.

This modern home interior utilizes a simple material palette of blackened steel, light hardwood, and neutral colors, as shown in the open plan main floor of the home.

The living room, dining room, and kitchen all share the same space, with the kitchen designed with floor-to-ceiling minimalist white cabinets, and an island with a cantilevered countertop.

A modern kitchen designed with floor-to-ceiling minimalist white cabinets, and an island with a cantilevered countertop.

The wood stairs have been designed to allow the light from the wall of windows to travel through to the interior of the home.

A modern home with wood stairs.

Upstairs, the black-framed windows contrast the light interior of the primary bedroom and en-suite bathroom.

Black-framed windows contrast the light interior of the primary bedroom and en-suite bathroom.

Watch the video below to see more of the home and an interview with the designer.

Photography by Alan Tansey | Design: The UP Studio

Black Metal Siding Covers The Peaked Roof Addition On This Home Remodel

Black Metal Siding Covers The Peaked Roof Addition On This Home Remodel

Studiofour has designed the remodel and addition of an existing Federation home in Australia.

Here’s a look at the front of the original home, which was kept intact.

An Australian brick Federation house with a front porch.
An Australian brick Federation house with a front porch.

Stepping inside, new minimalist lighting and wood flooring have been added to the entry hallway.

A remodeled house with minimalist lighting in the entry hallway.

In the front sitting room, there are stained glass bay windows and a brick fireplace with firewood storage and bookshelves.

A remodeled Federation house with stained glass windows.
A remodeled living room with a brick fireplace that includes firewood storage and a bookshelf.
A brick fireplace with firewood storage and a bookshelf.

On the other side of the fireplace is a dining room with a bench built-in underneath a secondary bay window with stained glass.

A remodeled dining room with a bench by the bay windows.
A remodeled house with interior glass doors.
A remodeled Australian house.

Back into the hallway, and there’s a door to the master bedroom that has a door with access to a small private garden.

A modern bedroom with a natural color palette.
A modern bedroom with a natural color palette.
A modern bedroom with a natural color palette.
A modern bedroom with a natural color palette.

In the master en-suite, the stained glass windows make another appearance and act as a reminder of the original home.

A bathroom with a stained glass window and a modern freestanding bathtub.

At the end of the hallway is an open plan living room, dining room, and kitchen.

The kitchen is minimalist in its design, with a mudroom and laundry located behind it on the left side, while a pantry and preparation area is located on the right side.

A minimalist kitchen with an island and tiled wall.
A minimalist kitchen with an island and tiled wall.
A minimalist kitchen with an island and tiled wall.
A modern kitchen with small rectangular tiles.
A modern kitchen with a separate pantry and preparation area.

Sliding glass doors connect the interior spaces with the patio and backyard.

Sliding glass doors connect the interior spaces with the patio and backyard.

The exterior of the new addition is clad in black metal siding which contrasts the bright interior and green grass of the yard.

A modern black house addition that opens to the yard.
A modern black house addition.

Back inside, and we see the minimally furnished living room is focused on the fireplace that includes firewood storage beside it.

A minimally furnished living room.
A living room with a modern brick fireplace and firewood storage.
A living room with a modern brick fireplace and firewood storage.
A modern brick fireplace with firewood storage.
A modern brick fireplace with firewood storage.

Upstairs, there’s a pair of bedrooms that both have desks that line the window, taking advantage of the natural light and view of the yard.

A built-in desk makes use of the natural light from the windows.

Here’s a look at the plans for the house.

An Australian federation house with a rear addition.
The floor plan of an Australian Federation house with a rear addition.
Photography by Shannon McGrath

This Kitchen Was Designed To Hide Behind A Wall Of Minimalist Cabinets

This Kitchen Was Designed To Hide Behind A Wall Of Minimalist Cabinets

Woodrow Architects has designed the remodel of a lower ground floor apartment in London, England, and included in the updated interior is a kitchen that’s been hidden within a wall of cabinetry.

This modern kitchen, which can hidden away when not in use, is enclosed in muted metallic gray cabinets. The main section of the kitchen is accessed via a pair of folding doors.

The kitchen, which can be hidden away when not in use, is enclosed in muted metallic gray cabinets. The main section of the kitchen is accessed via a pair of folding doors.

This kitchen, which can hidden away when not in use, is enclosed in muted metallic gray cabinets. The main section of the kitchen is accessed via a pair of folding doors.

The folding doors can be completely hidden within the cabinetry, exposing the main countertop of the kitchen.

The folding doors of this modern kitchen can be completely hidden within the cabinetry.

The main section includes a small sink, a cooktop, counter space, hidden lighting, drawers with minimalist fronts, and wood upper cabinets.

The main section of this modern kitchen includes a small sink, a cooktop, counter space, hidden lighting, drawers with minimalist fronts, and wood upper cabinets.

Integrated appliances have also been included, with a wall oven on the right-hand side of the kitchen, while the refrigerator is on the left.

Integrated appliances have also been included, with a wall oven on the right hand side of the kitchen, while the refrigerator is on the left.

Let’s take a look at the rest of the remodeled apartment…

Stepping inside, there’s an entryway with a closet that’s been built into the wall.

An entryway with a closet that's been built into the wall.

The entryway opens up to the living room, where there’s an entire wall of dark blue and wood cabinetry that includes a bench with a mirror, plenty of storage, a fish tank, open shelving, and an integrated coffee station.

An entire wall of dark blue and wood cabinetry that includes a bench with a mirror, plenty of storage, a fish tank, open shelving, and an integrated coffee station.
A modern custom designed entryway bench with a mirror, storage, and integrated LED lighting.
A custom designed cabinet with a coffee station hidden within.
A modern hallway with polished concrete floors and lined with cabinetry and a home office.

Down the hallway between the living room and the kitchen/dining room, is a custom-designed home office.

A modern apartment with a custom designed home office in the hallway.

The kitchen shares the open room with the dining area. White lighting hangs from the ceiling, while a fireplace is flanked with floor-to-ceiling wood bookshelves.

White lighting hangs from the ceiling, while a fireplace is flanked with floor-to-ceiling wood bookshelves.
White lighting hangs from the ceiling, while a fireplace is flanked with floor-to-ceiling wood bookshelves.
White lighting hangs from the ceiling, while a fireplace is flanked with floor-to-ceiling wood bookshelves.

In one of the bedrooms, blush pink walls and bedding creates a calm and relaxed environment.

In this modern bedroom, blush pink walls and bedding creates a calm and relaxed environment.

In the bathroom, there’s a white vanity with dual sinks, a matching bathtub, as well as a walk-in shower, and a storage cabinet that hangs above the bathroom and adds a natural design element.

In this modern bathroom, there's a white vanity with dual sinks, a matching bathtub, as well as a walk-in shower and a storage cabinet that hangs above the bathroom and adds a natural design element.
A modern bathroom cabinet with greenery.
A modern bathroom with a walk-in shower that meets the bathtub.

Another unique design element of this apartment is a steam room with a curved glass screen, blush pink walls, and rose gold accents.

A modern steam room with a curved glass screen, blush pink walls, and rose gold hardware.
A blush pink bathroom with a marble vessel sink and rose gold hardware.

Here’s a look at the ‘before’ and ‘after’ floor plan of the apartment remodel.

The before and after floor plan of an apartment remodel in London.
Photography: Adam Scott Photography | Architect: Woodrow Architects | Structural Engineer: J Friis Consulting Structural Engineers | Contractor: Decor House Construction

Draped Natural Fabrics Create A Unique Textural Decorative Element On This Bedroom Wall

Draped Natural Fabrics Create A Unique Textural Decorative Element On This Bedroom Wall

Sandra Tarruella Interioristas has designed several spaces throughout Hotel Chiqui, which is located in Santander, Spain.

One of the design elements that caught our eye, is a room that includes an interesting way of decorating the wall.

Wood lengths with draped fabric creates a unique wall decor installation in a bedroom

Instead of including a headboard and framed artwork, the designers installed wood lengths that allow fabric made from natural fibers to be hung from them.

The designers explain that these elements are, “reminiscent of the parasols used by beachgoers during the early 19th Century, and large rugs that hang over the bed.”

Wood lengths with draped fabric creates a unique wall decor installation in a bedroom

These chosen materials have been combined with warm colors and stone tones helping to achieve a subtle and elegant aesthetic.

Wood lengths with draped fabric creates a unique wall decor installation in a bedroom
A contemporary hotel room with a separate bedroom and living room space.

Here’s a closer look at the fabrics, showing the different textures used.

Natural fabric with different textures.

Another idea for displaying art in a room is to use a simple picture rail that can hold frames of different sizes.

An idea for displaying art in a room is to use a simple picture rail that can hold frames of different sizes.

This idea enables the art pieces to changed out easily, creating unique collections whenever needed.

An idea for displaying art in a room is to use a simple picture rail that can hold frames of different sizes.
An idea for displaying art in a room is to use a simple picture rail that can hold frames of different sizes.

Here’s a look at more photos of the hotel that includes a roof deck infinity pool. Included in the outdoor space of the hotel are a cocktail area, a sun deck area, and outdoor showers.

A modern hotel in Spain with a variety of levels dedicated to outdoor spaces and an infinity edge swimming pool.
A modern hotel in Spain with a variety of levels dedicated to outdoor spaces and an infinity edge swimming pool.
A modern hotel in Spain with a variety of levels dedicated to outdoor spaces and an infinity edge swimming pool.

The infinity pool is designed as a raised plinth with a 1.40m height so that the bottom line of the sea visually fades with the pool water.

A modern hotel in Spain with a variety of levels dedicated to outdoor spaces and an infinity edge swimming pool.

The water overflows on all sides, to provide a seamless boundary between the seawater and the pool.

A modern hotel in Spain with a variety of levels dedicated to outdoor spaces and an infinity edge swimming pool.
Photography by Salva Lopez | Design: Sandra Tarruella Interioristas | Creative Director: Sandra Tarruella | Project Leader: Elsa Noms | Collaborators: Mariona Guàrdia