Natural stone in Lagasca 99, of Rafael de La Hoz

Natural stone in Lagasca 99, of Rafael de La Hoz

Natural stone in Lagasca 99,

an architectural icon of Rafael de la Hoz



Located in the Madrid Golden Mile, Lagasca 99, is a new residential building that represents an architectural icon at European level and a reference for the current landscape of quality and sustainable architecture. Promoted by Grupo Lar and designed by the prestigious architect Rafael de La-Hoz, the exclusive complex of 44 homes, two premises, an English garden illuminated with natural light, gym, indoor pool, private meeting rooms, a private British club and a roof garden, received the 2019 Europe International Award. Its facade stands out thanks to its 330 pieces and 2200 kg. of Travertino de Piedra Natural by Cosentino, which is the same material that the buildings floors, walls, and stairs of common areas are also made out of. Each shaft installed was selected in Almería, one by one, before its installation. All the main kitchens have Dekton Keyla countertops and the home staff ones are made of Silestone Blanco Zeus. It has five types of houses, including duplexes with more than five meter high ceilings and duplex penthouses with a terrace and private pool. Its exterior aesthetic includes elements such as chamfer corners and windows that replicate shark fins. It is a unique project with a trendy architecture, characterized by large spaces, natural light, energy efficiency and cutting-edge technology. A sublime design and aesthetic that meets the highest standards of quality and sustainability.

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