– EXTERIOR –
Wood and stone.
“Arbres El Tarter” has been designed with the idea of the mountain surrounding it and the joy of its occupants. It has excellent views and spaces which invite to rest, as well as any kind of comforts to allow for the most comfortable stay possible.
The project has been subject to demanding quality standards regarding energy efficiency. It is able to reduce up to 80% of the CO2 consumption and emissions as compared to other housings.
In that sense, the design and the architecture employed allow for the air conditioning of housings with the highest comfort and the lowest consumption.
Regarding foundations and structures, it has been designed with solid concrete slabs in the underground floors and the ground floor, and with a structure of CLT in cross-laminated timber panels for walls and floor slabs for the first and superior floors.
The façade has been worked so it has quality finishes with materials like wood and natural stone.
The conditioning and renovation of the air is possible thanks to heating through radiant floor by means of an external heating network outside of the building (XC Soldeu-FEDA) with individual regulation of each premise. Besides, it also includes a chimney with a high-end bioethanol burner in integrated and contemporary bespoke stainless steel in the living room.
– INTERIOR –
Functional and bright spaces.
The distribution of the apartments has been made around the idea of comfort of its occupants, wide, functional and bright spaces. This is why the interiors have an open design. The purpose, benefit the light, the ventilation and the wideness.
The building includes an advanced home automation system allowing to automatise and set the daily tasks, as well as manage them in a simple, fast and effective manner.
*All renders are indicative and due to technical project issues they may be modified.
– INNER COURTYARD –
Light and privacy.
The almost 200 m2 of courtyard/garden, located in the centre of the building and above which the housings are situated, floods with natural light their interior and, at the same time, it grants them privacy.
The inclusion of this resource in the construction project allows for an exclusive distribution of the spaces.