SCHOUTEN HOUSE _ Marbella (Spain)

The house is a light, rectangular and glazed prism based on the plot. It is located to the south, in a dominant position. The cleaned and opened geometry reflects the intention to flee from the usual and predominant idea in the environment of building massive enclosures, in such a way that the dwelling is thought as a box that opens onto the landscape, allowing it to enter all corners of the house, as a geometric element that defines a space for the primary quality of volume, without adhering to visual restrictions beyond those of the land. Therefore it is an artifact that relates the scale of the landscape with the inhabitant, interpreting the landscape as a material of composition of the domestic space.