The permeability of the visuals, the contiguity in the interior spaces, the constant search for shade, the total absence of glass elements, the cross ventilation, and the implementation of ancestral textures were values and constant concerns in the architectural approach and throughout the design process of the project.
The Oslo House is placed on a mountainside, in a residential state surrounded by pine trees and vegetation, designed by Ramon Esteve Estudio.
Located in a natural environment at 2,200 m altitude, pretends to opens, in a sensitive way, to the different surrounding landscapes of the place by proposing diffuse limits between the inside and the outside of the House.
Situated on a lot with an existing spec-house, this cast-in-place concrete Guest House serves as a pool pavilion and guest quarters.
Designed by OLARQ Osvaldo Luppi Architects, this house is Nominated for the Mallorca Architecture Award.