Architect: Carolina González Vives
Colaborators: Lara Resco, architect.
Alberto Lopez, technical and cuantity surveior
Construction: Ojo de Pez architects,
Domus nova (brickwork and systems)
Costume design: MARLOTA.
Programme: dwelling.
Surface 350m2
Interior design
Two curved walls with translucent thickness define two wide and rounded areas. Interior spaces are surrounding and light, with different textures over the white. Horizontal lines draw the curved geometry over material. Outside, heavier and coloured spaces also have imprecise limits, with perforated sheets that enclose deep walls. The openings connect both sides, forming a big continuous extension with a flexible use. A blue surface with zigzagging shape, formed by repetition of concave elements, hides the program of smaller spaces. Ceiling reliefs modulates both space and sound. Textured Stones and hairy clothes emphasizes other surfaces synthetic and glossy finishings, and the weightlessness of the lighting materials. Domed forms, double doors, textiles are images that create a palace atmosphere.

Architects: Carolina Gonzalez Vives

Carolina Gonzalez Vives
Ojo de Pez Arquitectura

+34 91 542 10 46
Calle Leganitos 1, 1º dcha. Madrid 28013

Ojo de Pez Arquitectura was founded in 2005 by Carolina González Vives as a professional practice focused on architecture and design at different scales.  Our work looks for synergies and links between design practice and environmental issues, based on innovation, technology and creativity.

Our office affords a very wide scope of professional requests, with a flexible team of specialists in different areas. The quality of our work is based on a wide experience as well as in a solid and continuous research, developed simultaneously through academic activities and publications in international media. Since 2009 Carolina is associated teacher in the architectural design department at Universidad de Alcalá, and currently teaching in the Master de Arquitectura del Paisaje, Universidad San Pablo Ceu and in the Master in City Sciences, UPM.  She has been visiting fellow at AridLands Institute in Los Ángeles, California.

The office production has been widely published and exhibited and has received several national awards