Triumphantly unique and incomparably articulated with a high-tech industrial exterior and massive interior volumes, this dynamic super-luxury residence takes contemporary architecture to the extreme. Located in La Moraleja, the Spanish version of Beverly Hills, this ultra-elite modern mansion is set within Madrid’s most exclusive neighborhoods which is home to some of Spain’s wealthiest people.
The design strategy of this inimitable residence consists of the repetition of five similar volumes with a composition of facades done in overlapping layers which generate patios among themselves that contain different levels of intimacy and privacy with a large transversal axis connects them horizontally, producing a sequence of spaces for different activities. The entrance hall is connected to the first part of the house. Next to it, the first patio opens, giving way to the most public area of the house including a dining and living room with direct connection to the second patio, creating an interior-exterior space that continues along the central axis of the house.
No expense has been spared to meet the needs of even the most high profile homeowner that is looking for a home that is both an architectural statement and a supreme expression of individuality. Befitting the level of expected ownership, this gated luxury mansion is equipped with an elaborate security system that is fully alarmed with remote cameras as well as an armored “panic-room” with security shutters for complete protection. This amazing luxury residence is a haven of individuality for those seeking the ultimate in exclusivity.
|Name||Private House III|
|Size||21,527 sq. ft. (1,999.91 m²)|
|Lot||107,639 sq. ft. (9,999.91 m²)|
|Land||2.47 acres (1.00 hectares)|
|Address||Paseo de la Marquesa Viuda de Aldama, 34 28109 Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain|
|Region||Community of Madrid|
|Architect||COT & Partners - Federico Sotomayor|
|Interior Design||Tomas Alia|
|Photography||Miguel de Guzmán|