The House on the Castle Mountainside project by Fran Silvestre Architects proposes to integrate into the environment by respecting their strategies of adaptation. The indoor space is divided by the void that cuts a parallel disposition of the mountain without touching it. The house has two floors with four rooms. The rooms at the intermediate level are open to the private street, the others on the upper level overlook above the houses opposite. The study is opened in turn to the central double height and on the mountain are the areas facing the garden day. The garage and cellar are on the ground floor. This mountainside house is situated on a landscape of unique beauty in Ayora, Valencia, Spain.
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