Architecture photography report Marbella Malaga.

Here I upload the work done in a villa in the upper part of Sotogrande. In an area of ??this urbanization barely built yet. It is a house with a very original design, surrounded by pine trees and wild vegetation; pine trees are integrated into the terrace on the first floor, which enters through the open spaces in the wooden deck that covers the entire terrace.

The initial photograph in this report is of the small pond next to the house's entrance. It is lovely due to the colour of the water enhanced by underwater lighting and the stones that cover the bottom. The colour combination: cyan for the background, orange for the rocks and green for the plants is also attractive. Also, the symmetry we see the stones placed and the vanishing point towards the centre of the frame give depth to the photograph.

The first photo in the gallery is from sunrise. I was lucky to find this sky with low clouds reflecting the sun's red light before it rose. The pool's mirror effect gives it more depth in addition to the appeal of vertical symmetry. The second is made fifteen minutes later, the sun having just fully risen, reflected in the sliding glass doors on the eastern side of the villa. With the ground completely wet, we can appreciate the high humidity in the area in that first hour of dawn. The third image is of the same terrace on the first floor in the middle of the day. Here, with the harshest light, we have a perfect diagonal line that joins the final edge of the wooden floor of the terrace and the edge top of the building roof. The fourth is a view of the villa from the entrance to the plot it occupies. The fifth approximates the house, with the two-car garage on the ground floor and windows and a balcony of the main bedroom on the first floor. On the right, we see a series of pine trees, the pool and the eastern part of the home in the background. Landscape photographer Marbella and Madrid. The sixth photograph is of the lower part of the plot, with a view of the lower part of the main terrace.

Now we have an image of the hallway on the lower floor. It connects the house's entrance door with the terrace exit. It is architecture photography Marbella Malaga. We can see the left glazed part from which you can see the interior garden with natural grass and large plants. On the right side, we have the metal staircase that goes up to the first floor, and below it, the concrete wall and some large pots with cacti. There follows a photograph of the corridor on the first floor, with a wooden floor and a glass balcony on the lower floor. In the background is the small interior garden next to the entrance of the house, and to the left is the entrance door to a bedroom and a series of fitted wardrobes. Architecture photography on the Costa del Sol, Seville and Madrid. Then we have another shot of the corridor on the first floor, with a large window to the interior garden on the left and the view of the entrance to the building at the end of the corridor. We continue with an image of one of the bathrooms on the first floor. As an original architectural detail, we find the shower in the centre, acting as a glass partition between the sink and the bedroom, with the floor covered with parquet, still unfurnished. Now we have the photograph of the toilet on the ground floor, from which we can see the garden reflected in the mirror when we keep the door open.

I take photographic reports for interior design and architecture studios in Malaga, Marbella, and Estepona, in the rest of the province of Malaga, Seville, Cadiz and the rest of Andalusia. Also, in Madrid.