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    Custom carpentry, GUBIA minimal door system model

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    Custom cabinet front

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    Custom cabinet front made of wengué

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    Bed headrest made with wengue strips and leather cushion

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    Floor to ceiling cabinet front

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    Doors integrated in wooden paneling

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    Wengué cabinet front with TV integrated

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    Custom bathroom furniture

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    Detail of exterior wooden paneling

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    Doors integrated in exterior paneling

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    Facade covered with wooden boards

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    Lateral view of the villa

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    Detail between wooden panels

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    Wengué plywood boards covering the facade of the villa

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    Wengué wooden lattice

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    Wengué slats as lattice

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    Custom kitchen furniture

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    Wengué custom furniture

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Villa La Toca in Marbella

Architects: AMES

Building company: Hecobuilding

Woodworks: wooden facade, custom carpentry, bespoke furniture 

This villa in Marbella´s coast is different to the others, its wooden facade contrasts with the white walls and glass of the rest. The architecture studio AMES has conserved the shapes of the slooping roof of the old property giving it a new image where the wood covers a great part of its facade.

We have designed a ventilated chamber behind the WBP phenolic plywood panels, finished in wengue. The pieces have been installed from floor to ceiling separated from the base and protected all the edges with sealing products. A saturator has been applied as covering with an easy maintance, only cleaning and application of the same saturator.

Inside, the custom carpentry has been made of wengue wood. The client has chosen doors and front cabinets, model GUBIA minimal door system, without flashing so the frame is completely flush to wall.

The singular wooden lattice surrounds the staircase and bespoke furniture are part of the design of this luxury villa. (+)