“Casa Ola” is a single-family home inspired by nature and the sea. The use of natural materials, such as beach and sand mortar, marble, onyx, root wood or handmade ceramics coexist in harmony with curved elements, creating an enveloping and sensual, but very open house that encourages the communication and meeting of its users.
Worthy of its name, “Casa Ola’s” entrance simulates the tube of a wave, effect created with the transparencies and reflections of its polycarbonate walls and illuminated ceiling. The living room’s access greets every visitor with imposing windows that overlook a field of tinted palm trees by iridescent slats that vary in colour according to the time of the day, evoking the sunrise or sunset. Every wall and flooring, as well as all the carpentry chosen, are covered with grated micro cement simulating the effect produced by water retiring from the shore of the sea. A central seashell-like cylinder that holds the lavatory outlines the crest of a breaking wave. The entire kitchen, every column and arches, are covered with handmade ceramics in different formats.