Today, the two development options of this competition with the distribution plants that Gonzalez & Jacobson Architecture proposes.
Fundamentally, it is the communication cores that vary, with a first option of 4 dwellings per core in the type plant with a more traditional and compact distribution, and a second, of only 2, in which the housing acquires some nuances of higher standard, having larger master bedrooms and with walk-in-closets, kitchens with laundry rooms and larger living rooms. In both cases, and as a premise of the competition, the kitchens are planned to be open to the living-dining area, in keeping with the current trend.
As for the below-ground levels, sufficient parking spaces have been provided in accordance with the regulations, which require 1.5 units per dwelling, as well as storage rooms, and interior streets with sufficient width for easy maneuverability.
We continue the presentation of this residential project in the Thyssen environment of the historic center of Malaga.
The project combines a contemporary aesthetic with the integration of existing elements, which are put in value. Thus, we have the metal structure that makes up the mezzanines in front of the exposed panels of original load-bearing walls, or the industrial touch provided by the exposed ducts of the air conditioning installation. The result is a very modern image, aimed at an enterprising public interested in design and attention to detail.
As we have advanced, the interiors of these homes are spacious and open to different possibilities. In addition, they enjoy large terraces, allowing maximum enjoyment of the landscape, which penetrates through the glazed openings. The organic forms of nature are reflected in the interior design, with false ceilings that reproduce its whimsical curves.