This next modern detached house situated in Costa Brava was designed by architects Marta Garcia-Orte and Antonio Zamora. Receiving the name of the city it was built in, the House in Mont-ras exhibits a modern version of the surrounding architecture. Choosing to work with different materials and textures – stone, iron, concrete, steel or wood – the architects defined the space as a mixture of modern and traditional styles. Set on over 420 m2, the residence consists of 4 connected buildings that have access to the breathtaking Mediterranean landscape. Used by a large family, the house had to be both roomy and comfortable for each member. This is the reason for creating a large, open living space, surrounded by bungalows that include all the services needed for each family group. The interior design, created by Minim, was carefully connected on all the three floors to form a modern residential building. The ground floor houses the public areas, dining room, kitchen, living room and a double-height library. In the semi-buried basement, a leisure gym and a garage/workshop were placed, while the first floor contains the master bedroom with en suite, study, and direct views of the garden and pool.