Following a current design line, González & Jacobson Arquitectura proposes a contemporary image for these villas in Benahavís, with flat roofs, volumes with continuous exterior cladding and some panels clad with natural stone. The flooring is provided in a large format for the noble areas, being repeated outside on porches with a non-slip finish, as an extension of the rooms.
These villas are aimed at a medium-to-high level profile, which seeks first-class qualities and finishes, and, above all, comfortable homes. For this reason, the villas will have air conditioning and underfloor heating, as well as pre-installation of home automation, so that life in them is very, very comfortable, because, after all, the real luxury is enjoying our quality time.
We are working on the image of these villas, having already made several proposals. In them, the contemporary style does not flee from the architecture of our area, but proposes a fusion of both, a meeting point between the latest trends and the Mediterranean tradition.
Flat roofs, marked volumes, openings that frame the landscape, large porches and glass walls that allow the sun to enter… because architecture, design, is not impersonal, but adapts to each site and is part of it.
The built area of the homes that González & Jacobson Architecture is projecting in Benahavís ranges between 300 and 420 m2. All of them have an interior elevator, garage for at least two vehicles, three or four bedrooms and two living rooms.
These villas are completed with large porches and terraces, as well as a swimming pool in each house.
We leave you the plants of these villas, where you can check the distribution of the different projected units. Undoubtedly, spacious, comfortable homes in a privileged location.
In the municipality of Benahavís, a few minutes from Marbella, is the plot on which González & Jacobson Architecture has been commissioned to design a set of high standing villas.
Irregular in shape, the plot has a wide road frontage to the east, and a steep slope from east to west.
Thus, the access to the houses is proposed according to the slope at each point of the terrain, so that in some cases access is via the ground floor or second floor and in others it is accessed at first floor level, always adapting to the terrain.