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New villa within The Residences complex, designed by the González & Jacobson Architecture for Urbania.

In this case, the house is formally composed of two main volumes that are joined through a central recessed space, where the double height and glass are the protagonists.

The garden facade, facing south and west, is very open, making the most of the views. The access façade, more closed, contains the staircase, parking and service area combining wood to provide an elegant and warm touch at the same time.















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We show you one of the types of villas that González & Jacobson Architecture studio projects for Urbania, in The Residences complex.

The ground floor is very open, creating a unitary space that extends to the outside through the porch and terrace, surrounded by a large garden, whose landscaping is also in charge of González & Jacobson.

Following the design line of the first villas projected in a previous phase, the exterior image is contemporary and reflects the high level of finishes and exquisite qualities that Urbania offers its clients.














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The 24 villas that make up The Residences have been basically designed in 4 different typologies, with some variants, depending on the slope of the land to which they have to adapt.
The program of requirements is very similar and is developed on two levels. Some homes, the fewest, having a basement or second level.

As for the interior distribution, the level for the daytime uses -living room, dining room and kitchen- in houses , is planned to be diaphanous, with little compartmentalization and extended to the exterior through the porches. The bedroom level has 3 or 4 bedrooms, depending on the type of house. The master bedroom always has an en suite bathroom and dressing room.

The built surface areas range from 240 m2 to 420 m2 (the largest in those units with a basement), to which must be added the large porches, with an average of 68 m2 per villa, and open terraces and pergolas.












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