The creative process at Joan Miquel Seguí’s studio is finely tuned. The needs of the family and how their desires and expectations would best be met ran through the overall concept and helped determine the unique character the project would embody.
Consideration of the plot was very important, in this instance, facing the sea and the north, with a southern patio that provides both views and sunshine. Holding the belief that a building should be closely related to its environment, Villa Montferrutx’s façade is in dialogue with the landscape through striking ceramic slabs and an earthy colour palette, enhanced by natural stone floors – bush-hammered, letting the transparency and the sea be the protagonists.
Views and light
The finished result is a luxury 2-storeyed property where the sea is the protagonist, with coastal views enjoyed from every room. The bright and white living spaces on the ground floor open to an expansive terrace through large glass sliding doors where it’s easy to imagine family meals and summers poolside. For those days when the northern thermal winds are up, the house offers a reprieve via the central patio. The first floor is the location of the master bedroom, where the bathtub has privileged views across the entire bay. Two more bedrooms are situated on this level, with an additional guest bedroom on the ground floor. An innovative and cleverly constructed ceramic wall allows natural light to enter the corridor creating a spectacular interplay of light and shadow – another special design element of this stylish home.
Text by Ché Miller | Photos by Toni Perello
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