Out of the few residences that I have selected for the Best of Design blog, I have showcased two homes by A-cero – you’d think that they were my client or something! Unfortunately, they are not. But, fortunately for us, they continue to deliver some of the absolute best residential architectural designs. Period.
This modern home design is made of intersecting concrete blocks that connect on three levels, creating a bold geometric dwelling space that is accentuated by a unique delta view.
The different levels of the home are connected by clean concrete stairs that each lead to floor-to-ceiling windows that expose the hilltop views.
The interior features two sprawling bedrooms, a full-sized gym, an indoor pool, a living area, an open kitchen space, a solarium to take in the views and a large terrace.
The angles of the home, as with my previous post, are minimal but are so creatively put together that the home borders cubism in a way that respects tradition and ideas of modern architecture in Spain while lending a new edge to what can be done with basic materials: concrete and glass.
Check out my other favorite home by A-cero Architecture in my post Residential Architecture: Angular Minimalism Design Reinvented.
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