Stunning Pitch’s House by Inaqui Carnicero
The Pitch’s House has been designed by Spanish architect Inaqui Carnicero and is located in a small neighbourhood on the west boundaries of Madrid in a place called “los Penascales”, Spain. The house takes advantage of a great slope oriented to the south and has two great granite rocks partially covered by moss.
If you’re looking for the extreme luxury, i’m sure you’ll love this house, because from what i see it definitely deserves a price. The structure of the house is very functional, each level has a different purpose. The independence of levels is interrupted by two double heights. So, let’s take each level of the house and see for what it’s used! Starting with the underground, this level is used to solve the encounter with the slope of the land and features two granite rocks, one of them structurally and other as an articulation that provides the main access to the house.
At the south, a space closed by glass it looks like it’s disappearing, and incorporates the water plane of the swimming pool and the mount named “el pardo”. The first floor was created to look just like a closed box made of concrete floating over the glass of the ground floor. Here’s the point where the rest of the rooms are organized as well as the zones destined to the study.