"Build a house full of light and well-agreed shadow.
We have built very high walls, of 8 meters, on a rectangle of 33x18 meters of which we have covered the central strip of 9x18 meters. We raise the roof of the central square of 9x9 until we reach the height of 8 meters of the walls. To fill the central space of the shadows, we open its two sides in front and behind creating porticoes 3 meters deep that protect these holes from the sun and temper the light. On both sides, bedrooms and bathrooms.
On the front patio, at the entrance to the house, four oranges mark the center and the main axis, flanked by low walls that hide the service areas. In the back yard, four other orange trees lined up. And finally, dug into the ground, a pool with water from side to side.
A house that is a light-filled twilight ".
Alberto Campo Baeza

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