Pou


Name: Pou
Type of construction: Single-family home.
Location: Altea La Vella (Alicante).
Execution date: 2019
Architect: Rubén Almecija
Surface area: 444,12 m2

Pou


Name: Pou
Type of construction: Single-family home.
Location: Altea La Vella (Alicante).
Execution date: 2019
Architect: Rubén Almecija
Surface area: 444,12 m2

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Description

Home with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and just five minutes from Altea la Vella. This is the Monterrico Residential Area, one of the most peaceful areas of Altea, where Blues Simon Group carried out this creation, together with the Architect Rubén Almecija and his team from the Bauc Architecture Studio (Alicante).

With spectacular views of the Altea Bay, this three-storey home blends in perfectly with the landscape, fusing the avant-garde of its irregular design with the organic strength of the Mediterranean vegetation, even at night, thanks to the direct and indirect lighting system outside.

Planned from west to east, most of the rooms are south-facing, giving priority to the generous and very luminous spaces, with large windows made of Cortizo CorVision Plus system carpentry from where the sea can be seen. The lighting, on the other hand, is complemented with the Home Works Interactive comprehensive home control system from Lutron, capable of creating the desired ambience in every room by simply touching a button.

The main protagonist of the home is the main floor. The living-dining room and the kitchen merge into a large open-plan space. If we prefer to enjoy the good weather, it is also possible to access the summer dining room located on a beautiful covered terrace. The other two terraces are uncovered, one facing north and the other facing south. In one of them is the swimming pool area, with an active counter-current area and a spectacular jacuzzi for maximum relaxation and enjoyment.

Details such as the 5.1 sound system with Cerasonar technology that incorporates imperceptible speaker panels and Marantz amplification; or the combined concealed hinges and frames of the majestic floor-to-ceiling doors; are just some evidence of the exclusivity of this work. In addition, the latest technologies in air conditioning and photovoltaic panels are used to protect the environment.

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Description

Home with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and just five minutes from Altea la Vella. This is the Monterrico Residential Area, one of the most peaceful areas of Altea, where Blues Simon Group carried out this creation, together with the Architect Rubén Almecija and his team from the Bauc Architecture Studio (Alicante).

With spectacular views of the Altea Bay, this three-storey home blends in perfectly with the landscape, fusing the avant-garde of its irregular design with the organic strength of the Mediterranean vegetation, even at night, thanks to the direct and indirect lighting system outside.

Planned from west to east, most of the rooms are south-facing, giving priority to the generous and very luminous spaces, with large windows made of Cortizo CorVision Plus system carpentry from where the sea can be seen. The lighting, on the other hand, is complemented with the Home Works Interactive comprehensive home control system from Lutron, capable of creating the desired ambience in every room by simply touching a button.

The main protagonist of the home is the main floor. The living-dining room and the kitchen merge into a large open-plan space. If we prefer to enjoy the good weather, it is also possible to access the summer dining room located on a beautiful covered terrace. The other two terraces are uncovered, one facing north and the other facing south. In one of them is the swimming pool area, with an active counter-current area and a spectacular jacuzzi for maximum relaxation and enjoyment.

Details such as the 5.1 sound system with Cerasonar technology that incorporates imperceptible speaker panels and Marantz amplification; or the combined concealed hinges and frames of the majestic floor-to-ceiling doors; are just some evidence of the exclusivity of this work. In addition, the latest technologies in air conditioning and photovoltaic panels are used to protect the environment.

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