The Miró house is characterized by its linear cubic architecture and an enormous front glass that presides over the main façade of the house, providing natural light during much of the day.
On this occasion, we see the Miró model decorated by one of our clients who have opted to follow a transitional style, mixing classic elements with modern elements. The main color throughout the house is undoubtedly the bright white that enhances the decorative sculptures chosen in the lower part of the house.
The large living room with white polished porcelain cement, serves as a nexus between the kitchen, that is integrated into the living room and is fully paneled as well. It includes an island, a comfortable and practical element for cooking and at the same time, can be used as a table, this one in particular with red hues and stools designed exclusively.
The windows in the front let in light that radiates throughout house, enhancing the natural colors of the furniture. From the inside you can see the garden with bamboo and a pool with dimensions of 8×4, designed in dark blue tones to highlight the broken white pavement.
We now continue to the stairs which place us on the upper floor, where a wood finish flooring has been chosen, providing a warm contribution to the house. From this floor, it is possible to visualize in detail the wide characteristic glass of the Miró model, giving way to the bedrooms. The main bathroom, whose high-quality materials stand out for their striking black color, are unusual in bathrooms but are ideal in this particular house.
The main hallway separates the bedrooms and bathroom, with a peculiar feature, a balcony at the top from which you can also see the private garden of the house.
The architecture of the Miró model has been designed specifically for those who prefer minimalism in their home. Here at MASA, we look at all the possible options to facilitate design and comfort for our clients, being able to realize customized houses in different architectural styles. Currently the model Miró is built in the urbanization of Monte y Mar, in Gran Alacant, on a plot from 370m2.