When we turn right, we find the living area which slowly points our gaze to the pool and a distant view of L’Empordà. Instead of the typical glass wall, giving a full width view, we followed Eisenstein’s idea of combining open and closed camera shots to evoke more emotions. As such, windows are carefully positioned in order to integrate selected fragments of the surroundings into everyday life. The middle module, only, comes with two large glass doors, which turn the center of the home into a porch that is adaptable to the distinct Mediterranean seasons.
On the other side of the intersection, higher up on the mountain, we find the private area of the house: a kitchen and a sequence of three bedrooms. On the second floor, we find the master bedroom, which comes with an enormous Catalan vault whose geometry corresponds to the extrusion of the curve that is limited by the maximum height allowed, the centerline of the walls, and the facade of the house. All the while being the user’s most intimate space, only does this room, gives glimpses of the complete surrounding landscapes.