A large lattice develops into the volume and creates a welcoming area, in the public ground level. This skin encloses the guest living room which is surrounded by gardens and terraces. Away from any uncomfortable view, at this same level, the family shares their own private luminous oasis.
The three daughters can develop their private life around three patios into the highest level of the house. A shared living room is extended to the terrace where in the mild weather nights, friends and family can relax, chat, eat and socialize. The open air terrace is connected with the mother’s private garden on the lower level without any visual connections.
Wall House, Khaldiya, Kuwait
Program: single family house
Architect: AGi architects
Main architect: Nasser B. Abulhasan, Joaquin Pérez-Goicoechea
Project leader: Lucía Sánchez Salmón, Hanan Alkouh, Sharifa Al Shalfan
Team: José Ángel del Campo, Bruno Gomes, Lulu Al Awadhi, Babu Abraham, Abdulhafiz Bahi El Din, Waleed Fawzy El Demdash, Robert Varghese, Naseeba Shaiji, Sonia George, Abhilash Challiyil
Lighting: Irene Bas
Interior design: AGi architects and Gunni & Trentino
Singular works: Elena Rendeiro in collaboration with AGi architects
Art pieces: Alarcón Criado Gallery (Sevilla), Elena Rendeiro