The Orchard house is located in the village of Alboraya, in the border area between the urban grid and a great extension of a vegetable and tiger nut garden. It is a house between medians located on the corner of a residential block and therefore enjoys the convenience of urban housing and at the same time, it has its broad views over the orchard that fades into the horizon.
Ramon Esteve Studio
In 1991, Ramon Esteve founded the studio with the certainty that architecture was a global discipline. Since then, we have been building a professional team united by the search of a common objective, generating design solutions to unique spaces, objects and brands. Today, the studio is a place where architects, designers and creatives work together to develop signature projects. Architecture and design are complementary disciplines for us that enrich one another and in some way, are inseparable. We begin every project by investigating all its design and architectural parameters with the aim of achieving a result that produces the maximum levels of clarity, simplicity, consistency and harmony. Ramon Esteve Studio is based in Valencia, Spain.
The Vineyard Cottage project pursues a monolithic image of the materials so it can express, in the same inner and outer way, a means to achieve essentiality. Thus, both the concrete shell and the wooden boxes are presented in the same way inside and out, preserving materiality and texture.
La Calma House is placed in a small town near Barcelona. Its plot is located in a forest area with a very steep slope and an abundance of pine, oak and olive trees. A natural park in front of the plot and the low building density of the area enhance the connection of the house with its natural surroundings.
Located on the top of a hillside, in one of the most established housing states of Valencia, the Quarry House is based on the extreme conditions of the ground with the aim of climbing the slope to get views to the landscape.
The Pine Forest House responds to a geometry of contrasts based on this theme: the nature provides the vertical position of pine trees, while the architecture spreads out oblong and horizontal, as a great viewpoint in its setting.