Traditional Family House Made of Sandstone: Project DG in Spain
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Traditional Family House Made of Sandstone: Project DG in Spain


DG House is a residential project completed by Iñigo Esparza Arquitecto in Navarre, Spain. House looks traditional, boasting two volumes made of sandstone. Surrounded by a fence on which plants can climb, the house features a private terrace and a porch for lounging and relaxing. In the hot summer days, a cold drink and a book is all you need to keep your soul happy. Ground floor of the house, accommodating the kitchen, living room and dining room, was envisioned as a unified social area, encouraging interaction and activities of all kinds. It’s airy, well-lit and most important, connected to the porch and the adjacent public garden. 

“Towards the main facade, a stripe containing the service area, laundry and garage ensures the privacy of the house. The volume of the first floor holds the night-area, with three bedrooms facing the garden (south-west) leaving the dressing-room and bathrooms towards the main facade. Finally the basement contains a multi-purpose space and the facilities room.” The back of the house offers a little bit more privacy to the residents. A swimming pool landscaped with local plants was also part of the plan.

  • House section
  • South elevation
  • North elevation
  • East elevation
  • Ground floor DG
  • First floor plan DG
  • Stone walls
  • Night overview house
  • Greenery and house
  • Evening view DG
  • Structure
  • Angular structure
  • Detail window
  • House in Spain
  • DG Street View
  • Evening view DG House
  • Street view
  • Stone structure
  • Upper floor view
  • Details terrace
  • Swimming pool view
  • House and pool
  • House and fence
  • Two-storey house
  • Garden view House DG
  • House and window
  • Stone house
  • Terrace view stone house
  • House with garden
  • Stone house DG
  • DG House

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