Fragment the past
This project is located in an area next to a well-known beach where there are no more unbuilt plots. Therefore, we start from a terrain with a construction on it, which must be demolished but which will leave fragments of the past: a footprint and a series of established levels that limit the new performance.
On the other hand, the main conditioning factor imposed by the property was that the ground floor was used only for the day area, while the first floor was all for rooms and that these had their full independence, with integrated bathrooms and dressing rooms.
That made us think that the ground floor could be manifested with a continuous image, while the first floor could be seen as something more fragmented, which could also mark the final aesthetics of the house.
So it was; This fact invited us to use a language that broke with the past, that split it, for which it was translated into a series of divided, sharpened, fragmented volumes. A way to fragment the past.