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+ Nestor Perez Batista
Tegoyo I is a sweet elongated home in Las Palmas, Spain, designed in conversation with its stunning volcanic surroundings. A project by Spain-born, Berlin-based architects Nestor Perez Batista, the home mixes local stone, wood, clay, lime, cement and glass. Big windows in every room frame natural views and let sunlight inundate the interiors.
Tegoyo I is a residential, multi unit housing in La Geria.
In a farm that combines residency with agricultural activity.
Its earthy aesthetics are due to a combination of local materials.
The shelter's interiors were distributed in rooms spread out along the axis.
There is a kitchen and two suites with sleeping, bath and sitting area.
the volcanoes are always present.