House V in Costa Brava was recently completed by Barcelona-based studio Magma Arquitectura and was especially developed to meet the living requirements of a large family. According to the architects, “the project is configured as a large stone base, on which stands a large horizontal platform. The permeable cut of the staircase subdivides the platform into two independent bodies. Part of the platform receives the most public and spacious interior areas and the exterior terrace and pool that flies over the Mediterranean garden below. The large exterior terrace is lateral and runs the length of the public area, so it receives the southern sun at one end and captures the view of the horizon between the sea and the sky. Several porches constructed of wood, which also control the sun and privacy, complete the visual prism of the home“. The interiors are elegant and welcoming, with a color palette defined by white and plenty of inspiring details for upcoming contemporary projects.