Every home has its own special features that make it unique. In the case of Casa Selva, there are many details that shape an overall dream home, but the most fascinating addition is that of a retractable roof panel that shapes the desired atmosphere on the spacious terrace. Designed by Spanish architect Luis Velasco Roldan this dreamy top floor home in Selva, Spain, acts as comfortable, private environment surrounded by views of Spanish rooftops in the valley below, mountains in the distance and the sea.
Spreading on 1,022 square feet, the modern apartment opens its fascinating interiors to the surroundings via the dream greenhouse and inner courtyard. The large top floor terrace was designed to offer an exceptional relaxation space amidst green plants, also reducing the amount of energy needed to heat or cool the place in different times of the year and ensuring a proper ventilation.
Shaded or fully open to receiving natural light, the terrace is the heart of the home, elongating its beneficial influence inside. The kitchen, living, outdoor shower and office are all seamlessly connected to the vividly lit terrace, creating a natural environment accentuated by the perfect amount of furniture. Spatial communication shapes a collection of interior spaces that prove a dream home is not necessarily huge and sumptuous.