The Iddomus Team is all in with the construction of current clients' dream homes. Work on the building sites progresses steadily as covid measures are also easing up in the region, whilst clients are able to keep abreast of the advances with the weekly visual reports published their personal, private access accounts of www.iddomus.com.
Construction advances safely and steadily on this fabulous Iddomus Signature Villa one of our current client projects with spectacular views over the coast! All safety mesures are in place to ensure that all construction workers and site visitors like the members of Iddomus arquitecture department comply throughout.
After a compulsory two week halt of general construction activity to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, we are now happy to resume the work on the building sites. Our construction team is working again complying with strict safety measures. We hope for no further holdups, yet remain subject to supply and delivery of materials of course!
We are happy to announce our new profile on Houzz. An international showcase network and online community of architecture, interior design and landscape design. We invite you to browse and perhaps give us a rewiew?! https://www.houzz.es/profesionales/arquitectos/iddomus-pfvwus-pf~2048282170?
The hopefully soon to be overcome spread of COVID-19 calls for adjustments in an out of the ordinary circumstance. Foremost the health integrity of all people is at stake, and at Iddomus we have responsibly joined the #WorkFromHome premise for all departments that allow this measure to be logistically put in place. All projects in development phase are worked on and attended to in full capacity by the members of our design and architecture studio.
Turnkey developments are projects whose design and construction work is tendered in a single joint process. An investor contracts a turnkey project developer to do all the preparation and development work. Some of the functions performed by turnkey developers include deciding on plot and location, architectural design, layout, specifications, and other premium features.
Turnkey in Marbella projects are great construction business models that present investors with different advantages, as highlighted below.
Overall Risk Minimisation
When using different contractors for your projects, several risks exist between the design contractor and the work contractor. Risks of unforeseen cost, hidden charges, and delays due to conflict between different contractors are avoided when a turnkey developer is used. Turnkey projects are managed by a professional specialist who ensures everything is going as planned right from the early stages of development. The specialist is responsible for identifying imminent risks and responding accordingly to prevent additional costs associated with such risks.
This exquisite 4-level designer villa in El Saladillo is a signature masterpiece developed by IDDOMUS. And it's situated on the El Saladillo beachfront, it's close to Marbella, which is one of the top cities in the Costa del Sol. What's more, the villa has private access to the amazing beach in the New Golden Mile. And it offers magnificent views of the Mediterranean and Gibraltar. So, here's a breakdown of the property's features and the benefits of choosing a bespoke signature villa designed and built by a highly professional developer in Marbella.
Twelve renowned architects have expressed their opinion on architecture, urbanism and social legacy, as well as which ones of them host the best creations. Here is their verdict.
Many people are incredibly satisfied with their smart homes, but really how smart are they? Of course, they need huge amounts of investment and science breakthrough to change the intensity of lights or make you coffee through voice recognition, but some researchers are focusing their studies on different goals. Goals that involve provide life to the house.
Sounds weird? Well, it may be the response to the environmental crisis we -as human beings- are currently facing. Just imagine buildings could breathe, eat and grow. The idea may seem implausible but some are currently focusing on achieving these futuristic concepts. Let's have a look at some of them.
Spain is one of the richest cultural countries in the world for the high level of importance of its historic and artistic patrimony. This statement is not only based on the patriotic feeling but also in relatively objective sources. After Italy and China, Spain is the state that holds the higher number of entries in the list of the UNESCO's Patrimony of Humanity, totalling 48.
The rich and complex history of Spaniard territories has left the country a luxurious monumental legacy, defined by all the civilisations that have lived together or have passed by throughout the centuries.
Most of these architectonic milestones focus on cities that are -or, at some point in history, have been- important economic, industrial and administrative capitals, but it also keeps its treasures in the rural side.
Once again, the conservation state of these buildings is somewhat heterogeneous and, in some cases, the will to keep them as if nothing had happened is more than doubtful. But, as Antonio Perla -Professor of Art History in UNED- points out: "There are delightful places that resulted from quite recent performances in which there have not been an attempt of supplantation, but rather it has been intervened conceptually in a very correct manner, with completely identifiable lines, using modern materials along with remnants from the past, retrieving its spaces."
An example would be the town Santa Maria de Mave, in Palencia, "a perfectly strategic point in which the roman-Palentian air surrounds it." Along with it, here you have some of the towns that have been highlighted by a jury of experts, formed by architects, professors and critics.
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