I have worked on a design based on one of the projects called “House of Sand” by the well-known Architect Fran Silvestre. Since I do not have plans, I have developed the 3d modeling and the scene in the details of the photos on the project website, you can visit the complete project on the next page: House of Sand (Highly recommended)

The house is located in front of the Mediterranean in Spain, in a place where an imposing dune protects the coast from storms. This starting point defines the configuration of the project. The house is materialized with two volumes arranged perpendicular to each other.

In order to have views of the sea, the program of uses of the house is inverted as opposed to the traditional scheme, the day area is arranged on the upper floor to be able to look over the top of the dune and uses the lower level roof as a belvedere. The night area is located on the entry level, perpendicular to the sea. The circulation is arranged in the most public part of the plot open to the pool area, while the rooms open onto a beautiful garden consolidated with small species that existed in the place. The cantilever of the upper floor ends with a kind of cloister open to the sky that allows the main room to be illuminated from the south while maintaining privacy, and at the same time casts the necessary shade on the lower level. The staircase is drawn at the intersection of both volumes, marking the access point of the house.
Ultimately, two volumes adapted to enjoy the surrounding conditions, the views, the shade … nothing more, nothing less.
Source: Info
3D Designer:
Fran Silvestre
3D Modeling:
Georgios Burnham H.
project type:
3 days
Reproduction of the original
September 13, 2022


Design in Details

This project is based on the work of the famous architect Fran Silvestre .
Fran Silvestre is a very important reference for any 3D artist or designer

Project information:

Project title: house of sand
e: Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
Location: Valencia, Spain
Interiors: Alfaro Hofmann
Building Engineer: Enrique Alario
Structural Engineer: Estructuras singulares
Construction: AT4
Project Team: María Masià, Fran Ayala
Photography: Diego Opazo


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