In the heart of the Montnegre Natural Park lies the plot on which this unique detached house is located. Following the natural topography of the site, a platform is proposed on which a prototype house is located, its geometry linked to a simple spiral internal circulation scheme. Through an uninterrupted ramp, the volume of the project spirals, creating an inner courtyard that constantly interacts with the access corridor to the main spaces of the house.
Following the favorable orientation conditions, the house enjoys pleasant views over a natural landscape, in which the roof is also used to generate a walkway-viewpoint following the path derived from the volume of the project. At the same time, this walkway is surrounded by perimeter gardens, finally giving access to a terrace at the highest point of the roof. The result is a singular architecture in which the project maintains an uninterrupted profile along with an envelope that, on the outside, blurs the leisure and restrooms and which in turn enjoys terraces at different points along with the housing cover.
On the ground floor are the entrances and common areas, the living-dining room and the kitchen with an elongated pool facing the landscape, while the rooms continue on the first floor and border the patio that emerges from the walkway. The exterior cladding, likewise, follows a rhythm that condenses and expands through the openings in a vertical breakdown of uprights, enhancing the organic and sculptural character of the home. A continuous walkway configures the general volume of this detached house around a central patio. Following a helical scheme, the roof is transformed into a walkable and landscaped platform from which you can enjoy the views of the landscape.