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VILLA IN LA CALA DE MIJAS, PROGRESS IN THE EXECUTION (VI)

The work on this villa has advanced quite a bit since the last time we showed it to you, in July. Remember that in the design it was a priority to preserve the maximum privacy in the facades on the areas of daily basis and open the house to the south and west, with very marked volumes and interior/exterior transition spaces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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GONZALEZ & JACOBSON ARCHITECTURE signs the project “THE COLLECTION”

GONZALEZ & JACOBSON ARCHITECTURE signs the execution of the Project “THE COLLECTION”.

Another challenge taken on for our architectural firm and pleased to be part of this great project of 26 elite Villas in the Golden Mile of Marbella.

Modern villas of between 375 to 500 m2 with personalized qualities, state-of-the-art technology and the latest trends in materials and amenities (elevator, garage, solarium, private pool). Features demanded by an increasingly demanding market, where all requirements were contemplated to make the most of each one of them.

The beginning of the execution of works is scheduled for this August. Undoubtedly the enclave of the same is of an immense attraction, with sea or mountain views and very close to the urban center of Marbella and Puerto Banus.

Mention of this new project “The Collection” is made by the different newspapers in the area of Malaga, highlighting its importance and success.

More details in: El diariosur.es , La Opinión de Málaga y el Promotor.

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VILLA IN LA CALA DE MIJAS, HOUSE V-08/16 (VI)

This villa in La Cala de Mijas opens to the west through large glazed openings making the most of natural light and thus prolonging through the terraces the areas of daily life.. It has an avant-garde design and quality materials.

In short, it is an elegant villa, in a privileged environment, surrounded by golf courses and with water and sun as protagonists, so that living here  makes it an experience for the senses.

We hope you like it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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VILLA IN LA CALA DE MIJAS, HOUSE V-08/16 (III)

It has been a long time since we showed you the preliminary project of this villa in La Cala de Mijas Urbanization.  After completely defining its design, and processing the building permit, today we bring it to you again, starting by remembering the distribution plants.

The plot, of 930 m2, has a trapezoidal shape, medium slope from north to south and facing the road on the east side.

The ordinance of application allows the construction of a house with a maximum buildable area of 0.34 m2t/m2s and an occupancy of 25%.

The villa has two floors above ground level, a program of 3 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms (two located on the upper level and one on the first floor), central communication core surrounded by water features, and volume for daytime spaces open to the large porch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PRELIMINARY PROJECT FOR 11 TOWNHOUSES IN NUEVA ANDALUCIA (VIII)

The master bedroom and its bathroom are elements that take on special relevance in this project and for this reason the choice of materials has been especially taken care of: for the bathroom, a large marble canvas has been designed as a backdrop to the sink area who is the real protagonist. The colored glass wall offers a blurred view of your interior from the bedroom.

In this one, wood and glass combine to create an elegant and very sophisticated environment, with indirect lighting that provides the necessary intimate touch.

 

 

 

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PROJECT FOR 11 TOWNHOUSES IN NUEVA ANDALUCIA (VII)

The interior layout of these homes is very open in the day area. A single space is created that brings together living, kitchen and dining room, with the latter as a link between the former, without giving up their independence. In addition, the space is extended to the outside through the large glazed openings, whose carpentries are planned following the chromatic range chosen for the whole and with floor-to-ceiling dimensions.

In addition, the staircase area is visually integrated through the insertion of a colored glass panel. The metal staircase, as a sculptural piece, together with the details of wood finishes, the wine cellar and lighting, provide an elegant and slow-life touch.

 

 

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PRELIMINARY PROJECT FOR 11 TOWNHOUSES IN NUEVA ANDALUCÍA (VI)

In early April we share the draft of these 11 luxury villas in the Golf Valley, in Nueva Andalucía, Marbella, on a plot of 9,900 m2.

Since then, the González & Jacobson team has continued to advance in the design and today we begin to show you the first exterior images, with a contemporary style and a harmonious aesthetic, where the play of volumes is combined with the inclined planes that anchor the homes to its environment.

We remind you that these are high-quality homes, where authentic luxury is found in its exquisite design, and the elegance of its materials. We will share more very soon.

 

 

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DESIGN IDEAS COMPETITION IN RIVIERA DEL SOL, MIJAS (IV)

The creative process of the overall image starts from the horizontality that mark the slabs, in white, moving planes, undulating, which are topped with glazed parapets to improve the views, and in which the wooden inserts in pergolas and vertical planes provide a groundbreaking note and an elegant and natural touch.

Landscaping is fundamental in our proposals, the exterior design is part of the overall idea and buildings cannot be understood without their surroundings. In this case, we have paid special attention to the interior space of the “U” block, halfway between garden and courtyard.  Therefore with a different character from the rest, the proposed textures ,materials and species play an important role.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DESIGN IDEAS COMPETITION IN RIVIERA DEL SOL, MIJAS (III)

González & Jacobson Architecture proposes for this competition 6 blocks totaling 159 dwellings. Given that the user profile at which they are focused is both first and second residence, a higher percentage of 3-bedroom apartments has been chosen, up to 65% of the total, and the remaining 35% of 2-bedroom apartments. Not surprisingly, this is an area quite consolidated by buildings, which in its beginnings was a summer resort area but in recent years has come to have a significant occupancy throughout the year, thanks to its proximity to the highway, the excellent location just minutes from shopping centers and Fuengirola, as well as the existence of facilities and services nearby.

In the housing prototypes that we show you, you can appreciate the distribution of the day areas, with kitchens integrated with the living rooms, creating much larger spaces. The bedrooms are mostly open to the main facades, much more open, and all of them have closets. The master bedrooms have walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DESIGN IDEAS COMPETITION IN RIVIERA DEL SOL, MIJAS (II)

González & Jacobson Architecture proposal for this competition is developed in three phases, with 6 buildings of different sizes. Each of the phases has its own pool area and gardens, as well as road access.

The first phase has a higher building density, due to the better orographic conditions of the terrain.

The second phase frees up a wide strip of land between the buildings, where the existing watercourse and depression of the land is used to create a large garden area.

For the last phase, in the central and higher area of the plot, we have proposed a “U” shaped building with an interesting design of the central space and the main facades, more accentuated here but repeated in the rest of the buildings of the complex, as a sign of identity.

The sections show the unevenness of the terrain, to which the different blocks are adapted, and in which the pieces that our team has proposed as multipurpose rooms for the community are inserted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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