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Rayco House


The landscape design for Rayco House works as integration and expansion of the indoor living to the outdoor space. It acts as a negotiator between nature, man and architecture and offers unique outdoor living experiences.
Working with a long and narrow rectangular site, we designed a landscape with an unusual approach to massing layout. We tilted 45° the main-house position to gain a different point of view. Thus, it formed a wider visual corridor and creation of intimate pocket gardens.
As a residential landscape, it becomes an intimate dialogue that extends the architectural expression and the character of the living space.

Project Location: Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Architecture by: Toma House

Total Area: 1,732 sqm / 18,650 sq. ft.

Landscape Area: 1,503 sqm / 16,178 sq. ft.

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