Pontejos. Marina de Cudeyo. Cantabria

This house, located in the municipality of Marina de Cudeyo, reinterprets the traditional architecture of the area, coexisting vernacular materials and sloping roofs, with contemporary vestiges and general lines of marked horizontal trend. The use of materials such as masonry, ceramics and wood, coexist with the minimalist interior lines in light tones and with large windows on all facades, resulting in a house very adapted to its environment, open to the outside space and very functional.

With a predominant view towards the massif of Peña Cabarga, the volume of the first floor is placed so that most of the rooms open towards the views to the east, while the large space composed of the living room, dining room, and kitchen, opens completely to the south through an intermediate porch, which attenuates the radiation in the hottest months. The bedrooms are oriented to the rising sun with direct access to the garden and the service rooms (bathrooms, dressing room...) are grouped and oriented towards the hardest wind, the West.

MOAH Architects. Architecture and interior design studio