It can be difficult to mix tradition and modernity, antique with technological, but a new house in Santa María was conceived by architect Juan Cotoner with this contrast in mind and he has rendered it perfectly.
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The four-bedroom, four-bathroom villa is roofed with old tiles, dry stone covering the copper guttering, while inside gorgeous wooden beams line the white ceiling. The result achieved by CSV Empresa Constructora is an elegant, modern house that manages to avoid cold glossiness with a much warmer look.
The detached house is single storey and its living room offers the warmth of an inset fireplace alongside magnificent views of the garden and pool while still preserving privacy within.
The kitchen is flooded with light and is the epicentre of the house, where all the tradition and modernity come together, while the bathrooms follow a similar pattern by tastefully mixing several different materials.
The details give the house its character, but there are also impressive set pieces: windows are full length and on either side of the house, providing plenty of sunlight throughout the day, and a 12-metre-long weathered steel fountain greets visitors at the entrance.
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