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Shelter in the Vineyard by Ramón Esteve

Shelter in the Vineyard is a project designed by Ramón Esteve, covers an area of 415 m2 and is located in Fontanars dels Alforins, Spain. Photography by Mariela Apollonio.

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Sardinera House by Ramon Esteve

Located in a setting of great beauty and valuable landscape, in front of the Mediterranean Sea, between El Portixol and Cala Blanca, the Sardinera House lays on the top of a hillside, lined by a headland entering the sea on a bay of turquoise waters.

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Paz & Comedias House by Ramon Esteve

A mountain landscape, with big stone retaining walls, is the origin of the design of the layout of this house. Located in a housing state in Sagunto, Valencia, at the base of the Calderona Range, the Paz &Comedias House is fully integrated with its environment by reusing the red sandstone, extracted while opening the foundations, in the masonry walls.

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NaXemena House by Ramon Esteve

The cultural and physical environment was a leading thread for the process of designing this House in Na Xemena Cove, Ibiza: the light, a landscape of rocks and junipers, and the cliffs outlined on the sea.

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House in Monasterios by Ramon Esteve

House in Monasterios designed by Ramon Esteve is located in a residential area, in the town of Puzol. The plot is situated in an elevated location which is dominated by the hillside that slopes down to the sea.

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El Bosque House by Ramon Esteve

El Bosque House is settled in an extensive residential area. A large pine forest on the plot itself is the closest surroundings of the house.
On the basis of four stone walls, we generate prismatic volumes that fragment the space, identifying each room. The interstitial area between the parts is covered by an element of wood, which acts as a distributor and connector between the spaces of the house.

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