2-story Spanish style homes are a popular choice for those who want a spacious, elegant home with distinctive architecture.
Let’s look at these interesting examples…
2 Story Spanish Style Home in Menorca
The Codo a Codo Arquitectura studio designed a house in Menorca, Spain, which is characterized by its minimalist Mediterranean-style design and its integration with the natural environment.
The house stands on a plot of land surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation and a swimming pool.
Impressive villa on the island of Menora, Spain, featuring straight lines, white surfaces and large windows that illuminate all interior spaces.
The house is built on two floors and has a total area of 210 square meters.
The design of the house is based on a structure of columns, which also support the roof of the terrace that surrounds part of the house.
The garden has been designed with native plants and fruit trees, giving it a natural and Mediterranean look.
Harmonious spaces, where the use of white, bright colors and the use of materials unify the different environments of the home.
There are five plastic Toy chairs and one handmade wooden chair that surround the terrace table.
The Toy chairs are the brainchild of the famous French designer Philippe Starck. These chairs were designed in 1999 for the Italian company Kartell and have become an icon of contemporary design.
Inside the house, a palette of many colors has been used, with natural and industrial materials, such as wood, textured gray ceramic tiles, plastic chairs, among others, to create a modern, cheerful and elegant environment.
The shape of the chairs is simple and elegant, with clean lines and smooth curves that comfortably fit the human body. The table, also with curved shapes and white color, with a natural wood support, is designed to measure and adapts perfectly to the space.
Regarding the attention to detail, it can be seen that each element of the house has been carefully designed and selected to create a contemporary and elegant environment.
The combination of industrial objects and artisan forms of contemporary design, white color and natural wood, and a varied color palette, create environments with as much beauty as contrast.
The kitchen is small, with two work fronts in parallel, and has direct access to the terrace. Gray ceramic and low and high shelves, with polished surfaces.
The bedroom has access to a terrace. The decorative aesthetic is maintained, with natural wood, white and bright blue. The rug combines with the back of the bed, in Teak wood.
An excellent 2-story spanish house to move in and live on the island of Menorca.
Photos: Side by Side Architecture Studio
2-Story Spanish Style Home in Arizona
This Mediterranean-style single-family private residence, designed by OZ Architects , is located in Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA.
This 2-story Mediterranean house is an example of how architecture can integrate with the natural environment and adapt to the needs and tastes of its owners.
This home is located on thoughtfully landscaped property with views of Camelback Mountain, one of the major mountains in the valley.
The design goal was to create a home that felt like an oasis in the desert, while being functional and comfortable for its owners.
The house features a series of outdoor patios and terraces, which blend seamlessly with the natural landscape and offer panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
The use of large windows and sliding doors also allows light and fresh air into the house, creating a light and airy environment.
The patio was designed to have family gatherings, with privacy, but enjoying the outdoor environment of Paradise Valley.
Material elements of wood and stone are predominantly used in the design of this home, offering a rustic quality…
Inside the house, a warm color palette and natural materials, such as wood and stone, have been used to create a cozy and elegant atmosphere.
The use of large windows and sliding doors, made of steel and glass, allows the entry of light and fresh air into the house, creating bright and airy environments inside.
In the kitchen, rustic wooden beams create a warm and inviting atmosphere, while concrete floors and stainless steel cabinets add a touch of modern elegance.
The use of white furniture allows other elements of the architecture and decoration of the house, such as wooden objects, rugs and lighting fixtures, to stand out and add personality and style to the space.
As is common to find in MEDITERRANEAN HOUSES, the high ceilings, wooden beams and stone details create a rustic and cozy atmosphere, while the combination of natural and artificial materials such as stainless steel and glass provide a modern and elegant touch. .
Outside, it has a fountain-style pool, with native plants. A Mediterranean house, which includes the CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HOUSES WITH PATIO , with vegetation, rest areas and outdoor dining.
This 2-story Mediterranean-style home in Arizona also features a three-car garage and a separate guest house.
Design: OZ Architects Landscape Architecture : Arcadia Studio.