Dressed in Dekton
Valdebebas 127 by Carlos Rubio Carvajal
Madrid, Spain
The pursuit of maximum quality is common to both the exterior and the interior finishes, so in this case too materials such as Silestones or Dekton by Cosentino are chosen for kitchens and bathrooms.

The main objective of the project was to make the most of the site’s privileged location by the central park of Valdebebas, an 80-hectare green lung, and ensure that all the apartments would have direct contact with it. Valdebebas 127 concentrates the built mass in two parallel bands, one facing the park, with three towers that go up atop a platform for commercial premises, and another facing the promenade with a continuous block comprised of five lower buildings. The separation between the towers also affords the apartments in the block views of the Guadarrama mountain range as well as the park.
 

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The design of the tower seeks a formal and compositive interplay at the building’s corners, alternating the position of the living room and the terrace to achieve a dynamic zipper effect that gives the complex a distinctive image. The treatment of the large garden areas between the buildings is a particularly important element in the project. The perimeter of the site remains open, offering views of the lush interior gardens. 
 

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Almost 8,000 square meters of Dekton ultracompact surfaces have been used in the construction of this first phase of the residential development. This material has been chosen for its excellent qualities, such as high-resistance to UV rays, color stability, durability, resistance to thermal breaks and to stains, extremely low porosity, and large-format manufacturing. 

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