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sweeping views of the seascape, which
is taken complete advantage of through a
mostly glass facade.
“The main living and dining areas
enjoy the best views to the sea, and its
swimming pool, located in the centre
of the property, is completely protected
from the wind,” says Martín.
Beyond the glass doors, an outdoor
lounge and dining area runs the entire
length of the home, creating a seamless
transition between the interior and
exterior. One end of this space hosts a
barbecue, the other a stone-set fireplace
that wards off the sea breeze as outdoor
entertaining continues well into the night.
The sundeck and timber stepping stones
sweeping across the landscape continue
the resort-style embellishments, as do a
four-poster day bed and padded platforms
protruding over the edge of the aqua pool.
The alfresco area is the perfect invitation
for total relaxation and entertaining.
Because of the location and irreg ularity
of the plot, materials were caref ully chosen
to consider environmental factors such as
06. Both facades of the building feature Martín’s trademark
design elements – a stone barbecue and a stone fireplace that
face each other.
07-08. The outdoor space hasbeen designed with the same
emphasis as its interiors, perfectly integrated in the landscape
and emanating a luxurious resort-style ambience.
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