Located at the foot of Sierra Blanca, Marbella, in this traditional style villa classicism and modernity are mixed.
A wooden ceiling at the main entrance protects the door from two leaves with staves, and a worked molding. The exterior carpentry combines anthracite aluminum and veined oak in the IV68HA profile. Very protected enclosures with mosquito nets and self-locking high security blinds.
The interior of the house is sophisticated, with whitewashed walls and floors of travertine gold marble and carpet. The interior carpentry consists of doors of passage and cabinets of solid oak wood varnished in gray, with the grain very pronounced. The design for this door has been the Cathedral model, an exclusive model of Roman Windows & Doors, which consists of a central board either molded or smooth surrounded by perimeter comb with a very worked molding that rises above the center.
Guillén & Asociados Arquitectos