We have completed the construction of the 1st phase of the Quercus Residential Complex, located in Real de la Quinta. A high standing residential area belonging to the municipality of Benahavís (Málaga). This first phase, of a total of three, is made up of 36 multi-family homes distributed in 7 low-rise buildings, with 4, 5 or 6 homes in each.
It is an innovative project with facades clad in gabion walls to promote the essence of a spectacular environment with nature. In addition, due to their elevated position on the hillside, all properties have panoramic views of the Mediterranean coast.
The homes, with 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms, have spacious living areas connected to terraces that provide natural light, open kitchens, master bedroom with an on-suite bathroom and laundry area.
In addition, they enjoy comfort features such as air conditioning, underfloor heating in the bathrooms, gas fireplace in the living room, home automation system, USB charging ports or mirrors with anti-fogg system.
There is also a garage space and storage room in the basement. The communal areas are covered with gardens with native vegetation, children's and adult’ swimming pool with saline chlorination, as well as changing rooms.
The project has been executed with BIM methodology (Building Information Modeling). A digital working model that uses 3D models as the basis for planning, designing, managing and building projects. This brings enormous benefits, especially in the construction of large residential complexes, as is the case of Quercus.
Responsible construction and design based on sustainability and respect for the environment. So much so, that the development and its infrastructures are the first in Spain to have received the certificate issued by BREEAM, the world's leading sustainability assessment body.
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Developer: Pascual Group
Technical Supervision: González & Jacobson Architecture