Relaxing in the warm Spanish climate and stunning surroundings, doesn't that sound like music to your ears? We take you to Casa JMA in Marbella, where that dream is becoming a reality. In this home, all spaces are designed for slow living and relaxation and the interior is based on the purity of materials.
The founders of the Spanish Febrero Studio, Mercedes Gonzalez Ballesteros and Jesús Díaz Osuna, aim to create warm, personal and functional spaces where people can reinvent themselves. Founded in Madrid in 2016, the studio also has offices in Marbella and Seville. They focus mainly on furnishing private homes, offices, hotels and restaurants. Over the years, they have built up a loyal team of architects, with whom they realise serene projects with a solid dose of creativity. Casa JMA in Marbella is an old villa that received a complete renovation, including a new extension. Only the original load-bearing brick structure was retained in the process. The house is built around a corridor with two parallel doors that create an interesting flow. The corridor separates the public part of the house, which is on a lower level where you can also find the swimming pool, from the private part with all bedrooms and bathrooms and a view of the garden. In addition, the residence also counts a small independent guest house.
A light base with lime mortar walls to match the residence's clean white architecture
The main house has an open kitchen, a living and dining room, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a swimming pool and a covered terrace. In all areas, a light base was chosen with lime mortar walls to match the residence's clean white architecture. This was further complemented by light, warm accents in American ash wood and natural limestone. The clean lines are interspersed with rounded shapes in a timely manner, leading to a simple and soft result. Again, Febrero Studio does not disappoint with this literally and figuratively warm home. They sought and found the most appropriate design vision to match the home's architecture and gave it a contemporary twist. For inspiring interiors, this team is clearly the place to be. Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
Photography by German Saiz