The Dezanove House is a gorgeous holiday villa located in Spain in the estuary of Arousa.
Designed by Iñaki Leite, this sustainably built house is constructed from reclaimed wood that was obtained from a local fishing business. It is built for energy efficiency, containing optimal insulation and a sophisticated ventilation system.
The building is composed of different wings, and the middle portion of the home protrudes into 2 separate units. In order to accentuate the zones the architect varied how the materials were used in each part.
The left portion serves as the common area and is formed with simple concrete and striking glass walls.
The interior showcases the reclaimed wood throughout the walls and ceiling. The large dining area overlooks grand views of the sea.
The expansive right part of the structure is relaxing and secluded, containing the spa bath and sleeping area.
It also has a 2nd floor that slightly overlaps the left wing.
The exterior of this side features the salvaged sea wood and a concrete interior. Wooden slats were recovered from mussel harvesting equipment and cut laterally in order to show the tones and textures.
If the large windows, seascape and roof terrace are not enough, there are plenty of enticements for venturing out of the home, too. Numerous water activities are available right outside the back door, as well as attractions in the surrounding community.
Images of the Dezanove House are the property of Iñaki Leite.
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