RIO REAL PLAYA IN MARBELLA
Urban development, architecture and landscape.
The land on which we operate has an area of 37,700 M².
The constructed area is of 10,200 M² above ground and 4,500 M² in the basement for parking and storage.
The whole project consists of 9 buildings with a total of 60 apartments and 2 swimming pool areas. In addition to the areas related to housing, the resort has a beach restaurant.
One of the most desired images in housing, is the integrated scenario with nature and superb views to the beach. If we add these conditions to an accommodated architecture in this context, aimed to satisfy these assumptions not only in the hedonistic but also i the quality requirements, Rio Real Playa is a good example of it.
The complex is distributed in line with the sea, which pays tribute to it, sharing exteriors and common areas which are staggered in order to take advantage of the slope of the plot, to mitigate its visual impact and particularize spaces.
VISION BY THE ARCHITECTS IN SPAIN:
Rio Real Playa is urbanization in Marbella, Malaga, Spain and example of architecture, developed by this study in the Costa del Sol. It is a residential complex consisting of 9 blocks of collective detached houses with a total of 60 apartments.
A special feature of this residential complex is the fact that it is surrounded by lots of greenery and it is located on first beach line. The vegetation and the Mediterranean Sea sharing the same environment, are actors from the unbeatable views from these homes.
The blocks are designed as strong pieces inserted strategically between vegetation, protecting the pool area and common areas form the outsides. Its wide columns show elegant, forming balconies or porches, being elements of generating elegant and sober elevations. Another highlight in the composition of the buildings is the diversity of inclined planes that intersect to draw complex ceramic tile roofing. They Crown each building giving it a distinctive image complex from the distance. The wooden pergolas, also be noticed in the different orientations of each dwelling are an extension element of some interior rooms towards the outside.
It is a construction with details and materials of the local culture, a traditional architecture that doesn’t leave to be contemporary. A skill acquired by these architects through the experience of having worked in various countries such as Spain, Morocco, Angola, Brazil and Norway.