Ramón Esteve, as the architect of La Cañada House, has combined his contemporary modern style with Spanish features. His creation is located on 1053m2 in a residential area near the bustling centre of Valencia and thus makes an excellent compromise in terms of location.
The southern character is well represented in the appearance of the house thanks to the use of a typical Spanish stone, combined with white accents and wood. This idea was also continued by Esteve in the interior of the house. The wooden walls and cabinets give the modern interior a warm touch, while large windows and light colours provide ample light. In addition, the minimalist interior, the use of low cabinets and a pass-through fireplace ensure that the openness and the view inside the house are minimally obstructed.
A courtyard with a water feature provides access to the house.
A courtyard with a surprising water feature provides discrete access to the house and is thus an added value to the dwelling. Again, natural light was cleverly handled through the use of wooden blinds. While the house is surrounded by palm trees, the pool in the garden also provides a real southern feel. A terrace that extends the full length of the house creates enormous space and connection with the surroundings. Finally, the wooden accents around the pool make the garden and the house one beautiful whole. Photography by Mariela Apollonio