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The Sublimely Refreshing Los Limoneros in Spain

Posted on 20 December, 2018
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Los Limoneros is a oil and minimalist private residence in Marbella, Spain.

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Barcelona-based Gus Wüstemann Architects have created a bold plan with ingenious sun filtering.

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A series of cubes captures attention as an intriguing design – but also functions as a cooling element.

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Almost every window cleverly prevents direct access from Spain’s blazing sun.

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Oblique openings offer the sense of freedom of wide open windows while keeping the interiors – like this open air bathroom – cool and calm.

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The generous bathtub is a cooling relaxation spot entirely open to one of the outdoor courtyards between the cubes.

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Where glass does enclose the interior a screen of concrete bricks first deflects the direct sun.

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The effect is to create a series of cool cavelike interior spaces.

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The back of the house has larger open courtyards pulling in cooler air from the north.

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A moat-like lap pool encircles a grass lawn.

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Starkly minimalist, cool stone throughout also acts to passively chill the heat of the region.

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The result is a refreshing, private and tranquil home.


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 architecture

Los Limoneros is a oil and minimalist private residence in Marbella, Spain.

 architecture

Barcelona-based Gus Wüstemann Architects have created a bold plan with ingenious sun filtering.

 architecture

A series of cubes captures attention as an intriguing design – but also functions as a cooling element.

 architecture

Almost every window cleverly prevents direct access from Spain’s blazing sun.

 architecture

Oblique openings offer the sense of freedom of wide open windows while keeping the interiors – like this open air bathroom – cool and calm.

 architecture

The generous bathtub is a cooling relaxation spot entirely open to one of the outdoor courtyards between the cubes.

 architecture

Where glass does enclose the interior a screen of concrete bricks first deflects the direct sun.

 architecture

The effect is to create a series of cool cavelike interior spaces.

 architecture

The back of the house has larger open courtyards pulling in cooler air from the north.

 architecture

A moat-like lap pool encircles a grass lawn.

 architecture

Starkly minimalist, cool stone throughout also acts to passively chill the heat of the region.

101 architecture

The result is a refreshing, private and tranquil home.

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 architecture

Los Limoneros is a oil and minimalist private residence in Marbella, Spain.

 architecture

Barcelona-based Gus Wüstemann Architects have created a bold plan with ingenious sun filtering.

 architecture

A series of cubes captures attention as an intriguing design – but also functions as a cooling element.

 architecture

Almost every window cleverly prevents direct access from Spain’s blazing sun.

 architecture

Oblique openings offer the sense of freedom of wide open windows while keeping the interiors – like this open air bathroom – cool and calm.

 architecture

The generous bathtub is a cooling relaxation spot entirely open to one of the outdoor courtyards between the cubes.

 architecture

Where glass does enclose the interior a screen of concrete bricks first deflects the direct sun.

 architecture

The effect is to create a series of cool cavelike interior spaces.

 architecture

The back of the house has larger open courtyards pulling in cooler air from the north.

 architecture

A moat-like lap pool encircles a grass lawn.

 architecture

Starkly minimalist, cool stone throughout also acts to passively chill the heat of the region.

101 architecture

The result is a refreshing, private and tranquil home.

The Sublimely Refreshing Los Limoneros In Spain
 

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