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A house with a Mediterranean flair on a mountain
With its palette of earthy materials, the newly completed House in Puntiró has been completed by Mallorca-based architecture studio RipollTizon. The seamless integration of landscape and design. The building is embedded into the slope of its site. You can also find out more about houseFrames postcards across the SpanishThe island of Mallorca and the Bay of Palma are visible beyond. The home’s design is influenced by the site’s challenges, as well as strict regulations that mandate a rectangular plan, a volumetric design with a simple design, and a sloped roof covered with traditional ceramic tiles. The team placed the dwelling in the upper part of plot, arranging it as a series or stepping-stones to follow the land profile.
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The terraced dwelling by Studio Ripolltizon
Embracing the topography, RipollTizon’s House in Puntiró, Mallorca takes shape as a terraced dwelling designed for two families and frequent guest visits. The The following are some of the most effective ways to increase your effectiveness.Organize the project so that it consists of two private areas. Each section contains a master suite, a multipurpose room adjacent, and a bath, as well as standard shared areas. The floor plan is almost square and strategically places the private spaces on opposite sides, ensuring that each family has their own independence. Shared spaces are organized in a diagonal direction, with views of Mallorca. Three unique courtyards serve as thresholds. One of the courtyards is covered with a light structure that supports climbing plants. This creates a semi-outdoor, shaded living area.
the House in Puntiró follows the steep topography, overlooking postcard views toward the Bay of Palma
Mallorca: a place of learning
The team at RipollTizon employs construction solutions traditional to Mallorca with its House in Puntiró, blending natural materials with dynamic textures. The structure is defined by the load-bearing walls, one-way slabs and the resulting living spaces. The interior topography of the home is defined by stepping floors, staggered ceilings and a roof covered with Arabic tiles. This creates a ventilated air chamber that allows for easy installation. The use lime mortar on load-bearing walls, exposed beams and slabs, and sloping roofs with Arabic tiles lend a ventilated and accessible air chamber through which installations run.
Three unique courtyards are used as thresholds. One is a living area shaded by climbing plants.
the terraced home adapts to the land’s contours to lend a strong connection with the outdoors
This house was designed to accommodate two families. It features two separate living areas, each with their own private area.