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Contemporary Multi-Level Spanish Home Enchants with Captivating Deck and Pool

Modern family homes are all about maximizing space and style while creating a smart indoor-outdoor interplay that blurs traditional boundaries. The fabulous and luxurious Eucaliptus House designed by nexe arquitectura in Spain is similar in its overall form as the home seems to come alive as you delve deeper into the lot. The street façade and the lowest level of the house is completely private with garage, stairway and basement rooms dedicated for various services. It is the first floor that contains the open plan living space along with the kitchen, social zones and dining area. The kitchen is the focal point here with its placement allowing those inside it to overlook every room of the level.

Beautiful lighting adds to the inviting ambiance of the central porch
Beautiful lighting adds to the inviting ambiance of the central porch

A spacious porch, deck and pool area outside extend the living space and become the central activity zone in this Spanish home. The porch also overlooks the landscape beyond and allows the homeowners to enjoy the sights and sounds outside in complete privacy. It is the third and top level that contains additional bedrooms and bathrooms along with guest spaces. Inside the house it is concrete and glass that largely sets the backdrop with a dramatic glass stairway bringing cheerful appeal to the living area. Smart, eco-sensitive and dynamic in its interaction with the scenery outside, the Eucaliptus House is one-of-a-kind! [Photography: Simón García]

Multi-level Spanish home in concrete, wood and glass with a sheltered entrance
Reflection of the home and the landscape in the pool
Smart design of the Spanish house with glass walls blurs traditional indoor-outdoor boundaries
Spacious wood and white kitchen and dining space that offers perfect vantage point inside the house
View of the deck, pool area and the landscape beyond from the living space

Because it offers itself to you as a great gameboard, stretching out without established rules, intimately modulable because of the transparency of the glass, the warmth of the curtains, the ethereal shadows cast by the resounding concrete, the music and colours reflected on the water’s surface. Because it frames your immediate surroundings and the most distant landscape. Because it can be perceived as human, accessible architecture. Because of the life it proposes…

Delightful blend of concrete and glass inside the house with contemporary Spanish style
Fabulous glass staircase brings light into various levels of the house while creating a lovely focal point
Indoor and outdoor kitchens along with barbecue area on the porch

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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