Shaped by stunning mountain all around and defined by the unique lot it sits on, this Detached Family House in Andorra works within the existing limitations to make most of both space and the views on offer. The sloped, triangular lot the family residence sits on plays a major role in shaping its overall silhouette along with local construction guidelines that mandate use of wood for at least 30 percent of the home’s surface area. Walking this architectural tightrope and delivering in style,
Wood and stone were used in crafting the exterior of the home with the upper levels embracing the warmth of the former in an eloquent fashion. It is the ground floor that contains the main entrance along with the garage and a small social zone while the first floor houses the living room, dining space, kitchen, guest bathroom and the family zone. The private top floor holds two bedrooms and bathrooms that provide spectacular views of the Pyrenees and the countryside. An unassuming wooden staircase with glass railing divides the home into two identical halves and ushers in a sense of symmetry and curated elegance.
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