We approach the refurbishment of a villa built by Robert Mosher, one of the best architects of the modern movement after the world war second, by returning to the essence and values of the original project. This dwelling has suffered many different interventions that have covered up most of the original project, losing its primordial idea : horizontal enphasis and relationship with it’s surroundings. 

While maintaining the protected white brick façade, we adapt the interior to the requirements of the new owners and of a house of the 21st century.



Location: Rancho Domingo, Benalmádena
Partners in charge: Julia Herrera, Carolina Rivera y Alberto Aranega,
Team members: Elena Guevara, Jorge Rivero, Pilar Rivera, Nora Sánchez (wemep) & Carlos Pedraza (wemep)