Built on a plot of land on the Begur massif in some of the chic settings of Costa Brava, Spain, Casa Juncal by Pepe Gascon Arquitectura shows an intriguing trendy architecture and provides spectacular views. According to the architects, the residence “clings to an extended steady wall operating parallel with the entry street and joined to a shorter wall aligned with the dividing wall of the neighbouring plot. These partitions are completed with native stone, as are the masonry partitions of the location. They subsequently form the land into a big terrace, whereas additionally offering the backdrop for the development”.
The residence is structured on two ranges, the higher one with three bedrooms and the decrease one accommodating social areas. Most of the rooms open up in the direction of in depth Mediterranean views and to the luxurious neighboring vegetation. A central courtyard divides the home in two elements, whereas one other smaller courtyard on the southwest nook acts as an unique passageway. Cantilevered balconies and overhanging terraces add as much as the facilities of this Spanish dwelling, turning it into an ideal crib for relaxed dwelling. Photography: José Hevia