Surrounded by pine forests and facing the south, the house is located in an area near the Matarraña river. Composed through the arrangement of four abstract volumes, the house reveals a new landscape, a site which enables a new style of inhabitation.
A plinth defines the base that connects the four pavilions. Each one of these structures accommodates a different programme. From the access path, reached by crossing a pine forest, we arrive at the Entrance Pavilion: shadows and a pond form a cool and shady threshold for the house.
From this point, the remaining volumes appear like cut-outs against the landscape and the horizon. The swimming pool, located to the south, readopts the tradition of bathing areas to work with water as an architectural element. The dining pavilion is located to the west, a covered space, with a fountain and a fireplace, open to the exterior. On the eastern side is an enclosed volume, a large open space with a series of free-standing furniture items and designed for daily living. The private areas with bedrooms and bathrooms are housed inside the plinth.