It has well-maintained communal areas, which include a paddle ball court, a gymnasium, a playground and a swimming pool. The terraces, which are movable, provide interesting contrasts on the façade, making Islas Estelas a special project different to the other existing buildings in the area.
The resulting set in the enclosure of buildings in Islas Estelas, through the large glass windows and the various vertical and horizontal finishes made from prefabricated concrete, give the project a sense of flow and allow each room to be put together in an organised manner, ensuring energy efficiency at the same time.
The various rooms, with their straight lines, endeavour to maximise the feeling of space in the whole home, with a combination of organic materials such as stone and wood in order to produce a warm, comfortable feel.
In terms of distribution, the living rooms and kitchens are south-facing and are directly connected to the terraces, while the bedrooms are in part of the home facing north, where there is less control over gaps in the façade.
Islas Estelas offers the opportunity to live the Madrid lifestyle in one of the areas of the city that has seen the largest increase in prices and which has excellent links: it is oppose the Antonio Machado metro station and next to the Sor Ángela de la Cruz tunnel, which connects the Paseo de la Castellana area with Puerta de Hierro and the M-30 through Calle Valle de Mena.
Además del encanto del edificio, lo que me hizo tomar la decisión fue la atención personalizada de los comerciales que han estado y siguen conmigo durante este proceso.
Cliente de Islas Estelas
La ubicación para mí era la clave. Me encanta la zona de Valle de Mena porque cuenta con todos los servicios que necesito. Es muy tranquila y a la vez céntrica. Además, tengo el metro en la puerta de casa y acceso inmediato a la M30.
Cliente de Islas Estelas
The creative and characteristic touch of these homes has been provided by Morph Estudio, a cross-disciplinary team of more than 30 technical experts led by architects César Frías Enciso and Miguel Pradillo Cendón, who have vast experience in unique residential developments.
Noted for its innovation, Morph is a byword for customer focus from a creativity perspective, seeking excellence in its results.
Architects. Morph Estudio
Morph Estudio is a cross-disciplinary team of more than 30 technical experts led by architects César Frías Enciso and Miguel Pradillo Cendón, who have vast experience in unique residential developments. Noted for its innovation, Morph is a byword for customer focus from a creativity perspective, seeking excellence in its results.
Pioneers in the use of BIM technology in Spain, the life cycle of our projects includes and incorporates architects, landscapers, decorators, engineers and quantity surveyors from the outset.
This allows the product to be more customer-focussed and gives it a technical quality that is far removed from the traditional study model, which is the product of the exchange of cross-disciplinary knowledge provided by each of the parties. The specialisation and emphasis of our technical experts helps us explore the various facets of an architecture project in greater depth, allowing us to express the technical, structural and architectural potential of our projects.
The new Islas Estelas exclusive housing development is located in Valle de Mena (Madrid Norte), in the vicinity of Antonio Machado metro station (Line 7), one of the most consolidated areas and which has seen one of the largest increases in value since the opening of the Sor Ángela de la Cruz tunnel, which connects the Paseo de la Castellana area with Puerta de Hierro and the M-30 through Calle Valle de Mena.
Works prior to the implementation of the project on the ground. These range from clearing the ground to prior excavations required in order to lay the foundation
Foundation and structure
These are the elements that will bear the load of the building. The structure transfers this load to the foundation, which in turn distributes it across the ground
All works designed to put the enclosure of the building in place. The structure transfers this load to the foundation, which in turn distributes it across the ground
All networks and equipment that provide the building with the necessary electricity, water, gas, telecommunications and other services