The dwelling is made of up five independent volumes sitting on a stone terrace. The first three house the main living areas. The fourth is a covered open-air space while the fifth is a guest house. Dividing the last two unites is a large swimming pool looking out to a forest of pine and juniper with the mountains peeking over the treetops in the distance. All of the structures are rectangular in form and are clad in a white facade and wrapped in counter-laminated wood for a clean, minimalist appearance. The simplified palette is carried on throughout the interior for a cohesive aesthetic inside and out.

Photos: Marià Castelló Martínez