Featuring an eminently contemporary design from the outset of the project, Villa Mimosa evokes memories of the old farmhouse that once stood on the site, making it unmistakeably Andalusian.
The project was shaped by three main considerations: orienting the villa towards the sea views, accommodating a residential programme on a complex topography and protecting the building from the prevailing winds.
The villa is structured around a main volume, which forms an axis running from the entrance to the horizon, crossing a pillarless porch that opens up the views. The rooms are generous in size and the circulation routes are clearly defined. The semi-basement floor houses the service rooms and is adapted to the haphazard topography. The volume of the barbecue balances the building and shields it from the Levant wind.