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NMD NOMADAS Design a Contemporary Home in Valencia, Venezuela

By • Apr 14, 2017

The main idea for the design of this home was to provide the building with spaces that could be related to the exterior in a direct way in order to connect the inhabitants with nature, and not to turn the house into an airtight box that would lose its connection with the exterior. All of this, while also respecting the natural relief present in most of the surrounding landscape.

It was designed by the architectural firm NMD NOMADAS in 2016, consists of 527 square meters, and is located in Urbanización Guaparo, Valencia, Venezuela.

This construction, with a clear emphasis on the use of concrete and glass, is surrounded by thick vegetation.

It has several glass walls, allowing the house to remain full of natural light for most of sunlight hours and, at the same time, manages to connect the exterior with the interior, creating an atmosphere that is pleasant to the senses.

Main entrance. Concrete and glass walls
Close-up of the concrete walls
Rear garden with terrace equipped for rest
Internal gardens from where we can see the interior
Swimming pool area. View to the interior through the glass walls
Interior view from the swimming pool
Swimming pool area. View to the interior through the glass walls

Living room and kitchen coexist in the same space, spacious and bright, full of light and color, and in which each corner has a particular charm.

Living room, dining room and kitchen in the same space
View of the living room – dining room at dusk
Outdoor terrace with dining area

At night, when the sun goes down and the artificial lights turn on, the image is enchanting. The gardens, with relaxation areas such as a swimming pool and gardens, are filled with light and warmth, inviting us to spend time with family and friends.

Night view of the swimming pool area
Night view of the garden

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