Lattice House

In the rooms in direct contact with the terrain the slim glass windows are set back from the façade to avoid the sun coming in in summer and to permit it to do so during the remaining seasons. Entirely glazed, the south-facing rooms on the upper floor are shielded from the sun and provide a filter for the views via a delicate glazed lattice of ceramic that is separate from the glass frames.

The house obtained a Class A energy rating (highest achievable by Spanish standards) with an annual energy consumption of 38,42 kWh/m2 and emissions of 6,59 kg of CO2/m2 a year.