Berlin based architect Néstor Pérez Batista designed a country house “TEGOYO I” in in Lanzarote, Spain. Batista worked with a spatial concept of involvement to create a close relation between the landscape and the dwelling units.
According to this concept, interference with the landscape are being created to go along with the proceeding by “being” with the environment. The possible involvement is strongly fixed by the geometrical composition and open to be rearranged and morphed by the different user. The goal of this intervention is simply to create a space which connect with the visual stimuli.
For information about projects of Néstor Pérez Batista, please visit his website.