Villa Ambar is superbly located, midway between the sea and the mountains, on the Mediterranean coast in Alicante, where it affords breath-taking views of the surrounding area.
The unique orographic features of the local terrain were the main determining factors in the layout and positioning of this project by the team from ma arquitectura.
A spacious hallway leads into the villa, with a double-height ceiling and big stretches of glass that connect it with the lower floor, offering visual links with the rest of the home. The Masai collection by Inalco was used as the main flooring in these rooms and the rest of the villa, with a stone design that acts as a linking thread between the home’s indoor and outdoor areas.
In the layout of the rooms, precedence was given to open spaces on the lower floor for use as the kitchen, lounge and dining room. Thanks to the big openings in the façade, the villa’s exteriors seem to be yet another part of the home.
Inside the villa, different MDi collections were used to design most of the furniture and settings. For the kitchen and the big fireplace that takes pride of place in the lounge, the Syros iTOP collection was chosen, with an ultra-white marble design that evokes a mix of delicacy and strength while in the case of the different bathrooms, the Azalai, Touché and, needless to say, Masai collections were chosen.
The predominant feature of the villa’s outdoor areas is its big covered terrace where Masai yet again plays a starring role. This covered area, beside the overflow pool and open terraces, boasts striking sea views in combination with the restful backdrop of the surrounding mountains, making it the perfect venue for social gatherings.
The architects’ studio highlighted the fact that “In the planning and design of the villa, our main premise was to ensure maximum quality standards, with a modern ground-breaking design and striking finishes as distinguishing features.”
Architecture: ma arquitectura
Interior design: Ébano
Building developer: Confortstyle Mediterránea
Builder: Edificaciones RC 2009