Ethal Woods. Interior design. August 30th , 2017.
In order to achieve this, a design was created that consisted of a solid plane that protects the residence from the southern heat, while the western face contains the villa’s private spaces—namely, the bedrooms. The remainder of the villa is divided into different spaces, which include semi-private spaces.
The client had a number of different requirements by which the villa had to abide. These included items such as being able to enjoy both semi-private and private spaces, as well as employing the sea’s breeze without necessarily having direct access to the beaches.
They wanted to put much emphasis on the lobby area, because of the fact that it’s a client’s first impression upon entering the space. It had to, then, present a very good first image, as well as the kitchen area did, having to change from a space meant for a breakfast and coffee to a more special area, where people could rest comfortably. Thus, a large yellow kitchen was built, with a large table where people can gather and relax.
A modern white sofa with cushions in light tones, the same ones that have been used in the rest of the decoration, is accompanied by small hexagonal tables and a large TV cabinet that, at the same time, works as a storage area. This is because the small rooms always look for the best way to take advantage of every space and make it both functional and comfortable.
The design and location of the villa’s pool was an important aspect of the general design of the residence, as this provides a stimulating experience for the occupant, who has views of the beach area which can be seen from the pool itself, or from the adjacent roofed area.