The Casa Cuña is single family house based on a really modest volume rising over the eroded mountains of Lorquí, a small town in South Spain. The space is arranged in a rectangular floor plan covered by a single slope roof leaning opposite to the terrain. This simple gesture draws an ascending triangular elevation for capturing the landscape.
Public and day-use spaces are located on the ground floor while private rooms and bedrooms occupy the highest part of the house. The living room area, at the center, is connected to the garden through a large opening while the kitchen separates a service area at the lower part of the wedge. White walls and grey wooden floors contrast with the bright Travertino wall enclosing the front door.