The project is conceived as volumetries of concrete and stone that combine to form a series of spatial relationships.
The spaces and interior circulations of the house are born from the articulation of these volumes, with a strong differentiation between day and night areas, between public and private. This volumetric game also generates an interesting interior - exterior relation, with covered terraces that spatially connect the interior of the house with the private garden and the swimming pool, as well as with its immediate surroundings.
The villas are defined in a modern line in terms of form and presence, while applying the concepts of traditional Arabic housing in terms of treatment of space and circulations. As in the local residential construction, the creation of an "inner world" is sought, through an opening of the house to the garden or patio, in which outdoor activities are developed while maintaining the privacy of the home.