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  • Picture taken from Mistral Street

    Picture taken from Mistral Street, towards the West. Turning vehicles doors are closed. Most of the house is out of sigh, because of the terrain going descending and the surrounding wall’s height.
  • Picture taken from Mistral Street

    Picture taken from Mistral Street, towards the West. Southern turning vehicle door and sectional garage door are open. The entrance for the vehicles happens at level 0 itself, making logistics easier.
  • View from north ramp

    View from north ramp, looking to the Southeast. Turning doors closed. It can be seen the control box (white) for the remote control of telescopic drives.
  • View from north turning door

    View from north turning door, open. The north ramp can be seen, descending to meet level -1 and pools. The ramp’s sides are finished in non-slip tiles for the vehicles.
  • View from north ramp

    View from north ramp, looking to the West. North terrace is in sight, as the ramp descends. The stainless steel handrail and the lacquered aluminium gutter for rain water are two details in this picture.
  • View from north hallway

    View from north hallway, looking to the north terrace. Close up the stainless steel handrail.
  • From west end of the north terrace

    Picture taken from west end of the north terrace, looking to the East. The three non underground levels are visible, showing the fine fitting of all the roof flights, as well as the shadow effects achieved with the facing brick displacement in certain rows. Centre left: ramp upper end and north turning door.
  • From the east end of the north terrace

    Picture taken from the east end of the north terrace, looking to the West. This picture completes the previous picture field of view, showing in level 0 the west wing, and in level 1, the master bedroom en-suite bathroom.
  • From upper terrace besides Mistral St

    View from upper terrace besides Mistral St (in the back). The two sectional garage doors can be seen, closed.
  • From upper terrace besides Mistral St

    View from upper terrace besides Mistral St (left), looking to the south. Centre right: main door recess. Centre: protecting half wall for the wheelchairs ramp. Centre left: pedestrian access. Background: perimeter wall, boundary with the adjoining estate.
  • From upper terrace besides Mistral St

    View from upper terrace besides Mistral St (in the back), looking to the Southeast. Centre: main door recess. Centre right: east bedroom window. Centre left (background): kitchen window. Foreground bottom: half wall for the wheelchairs ramp.
  • From pedestrian access

    View from pedestrian access (in the back). Foreground right: ramp. Centre left: stairs and flight leading to the main door recess (porch). Left: protecting half wall (handrail).
  • From upper terrace besides Mistral St

    View from upper terrace besides Mistral St (left), looking to the South. Centre right bottom: porch flight. Centre left: beginning of ramp and stairs. Background left: sliding vehicles door. Background centre: perimeter wall, boundary with the adjoining estate.
  • From lower terrace besides Mistral St

    View from lower terrace besides Mistral St (background), looking to the East. Centre right: sliding vehicles door. Centre left: pedestrians door, with two steps for descending.
  • From lower terrace

    View from lower terrace besides sliding vehicles door (in the back, right). Centre: main southeast façade. Level 0, left to right: kitchen, porch and main door, east bedroom. Level 1, left to right: bedroom number 2, bedroom number 3, bedroom number 4 and bedroom number 1. Level 2: solar terrace. Tower and parabolic antenna are in sight.
  • From Mistral St

    View from Mistral St., outside the lot, looking to the Northeast. Like the previous picture regarding angle, just to show that access to interior sights is almost zero.
  • From lower terrace

    View from lower terrace besides sliding vehicles door (in the back), looking to thw West. Centre: main south façade. Level -1: window for the semi-basement. Level 0, left to right: window for area 2 in living room, window for area 1 in living room. Level 1: master bedroom, central bathroom. Background: stairs for accessing the living room (area 2).
  • From lower terrace

    View from lower terrace besides south boundary (in the back), looking to the North. Foreground: first part of the handrail, finished in marble. The second part adds a stainless steel handrail over the marble top. Centre right: stairs leading to the armoured door accessing the living room (area 2). Right from the door: living room window. Left from the door: west wing bathroom window. Centre left: stairs to access the pools area. To the left, glass door, entry to the pool’s hallway.
  • From recreation pool

    View from recreation pool, besides south boundary (in the back), looking to the Northeast. Centre: stairs to access the pools area; further details are similar to the previous picture. Top: west end of level 1 (master bedroom), and living room chimney in level 0.

Level 0. This floor contains all areas for daytime activities, regarding work and family life. Two distinct wings are set for those purposes. The west wing features two offices and a bathroom; they are accessed through the west corridor, allowing privacy and peace of mind to study or to work. We find here the living room lower level. The east wing comes up with the two most frequently used garages, a bathroom, a multipurpose room (guest bedroom or office), a cleaning room and the foyer.

The kitchen could be considered the hinge between both wings. Facing south, it’s linked directly to the living room upper level; its main support regarding supplies is the integrated pantry.