This spectacular, contemporary masterpiece is a truly unique trophy property. It comes as no surprise that art is a passion of the owner and architect of this sensational, sculptural home.
The owner of this modern luxury villa in Madrid has set a new concept of architecture by creating a residence as a work of art and a piece of sculpture.
Located in the exclusive Somosaguas area, northwest of Madrid, the designer home truly amazes thanks to its size, visual impact and conceptual design. It is a stratified building with texturised dark concrete facades, the interior is sleek and spacious with a very well structured distribution.
The vestibule is extensive with direct access to all floors, acting as a gallery to display antiques and pieces of art decorating the house. A massive, vertical glass door, that is concealed in the floor, integrates the living room with the large terrace, creating a seamless outdoor/indoor environment. There are two dining areas and the living room boasts a ceiling height of 5 metres.
The kitchen, with a 12 metres made to measure Corian worktop as centrepiece, is not only stunning but also very functional. The great length of the worktop allows it to accommodate a working area and storage space at one end and a table for informal meals at the other end.
On the entrance floor is the master bedroom with dressing room, bathroom, gymnasium and an indoor covered swimming pool. The master bedroom has, like all rooms, views to the outdoor swimming pool, the garden and the lake. The total living area is 1,700m2.
The garden level features guest rooms, the children’s area, a cinema room and a service area.
The large, curved infinity pool (400m2) is designed in such a way that it appears to merge with the lake. The Japanese-inspired garden features an abundance of large Bonsai trees as well as different species of flowering trees.